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... steep hill at our next stop on the boat, en-route to a local Plannaterra Eco Project – at a lakeside village called San Juan.
We visited a local Mayan art gallery with various pieces of artwork on-sale, most of which was actually really good. Still, seeing as I don’t even have a home just now as well as having 5 months of backpacking on the horizon, it seemed a bit pointless me buying anything. Next up, a local weaving project ...
... delicious enough to have a second one.
We had a wander through the streets to get our bearings and to find a bank and a supermarket. The streets here are all cobbled but not flat, even, neat cobbles - it's more like rocks that have been laid randomly to mark the path of the street. It is so uneven that it is on a par with the Tongariro Crossing in terms of ease of walking (for those unfamiliar with the ...
... remaining ruins still around it, the place had this wonderful ...
... Canada), Hame, Juan Pablo and Martin (South Korea), and Christina (Switzerland). We spent time out of classes with a few of them, at the cinema, pub, playing pool and farkle. But due to our different Español levels, we didn't practice as much as we had hoped. In the future we'd look for another option (even though we asked all the right questions to begin with). All meals included, and they were all edible, but simple. Julia was lovely, but this had more of a hostel ...