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... products on display and shopkeepers making numerous suggestions. Ended up saying no gracias a lot or just having to walk past quickly. Folks are super attentive here if you even slow down to check out their stalls. You can bargain a bit though nothing will be a steal, remember to divide by 7 to get the US price. There's quite a bit to see in Antigua, enter an open door and you're sure to discover more than you ever imagined. Take ...
... the possibility that he merely wanted to make the journey of the first 5 minutes without paying as he seemed very satisfied with the proceedings. The drama over, we are on our way. After a few minutes, the Second Drunk staggers forward and occupies a seat upfront and comically nods his head to the loud beat of the latino music that issues from the bus’ capable speakers.
Since Antigua is in a valley surrounded by mountains, getting ...
... which I still maintain is
haunted, no matter what Fiona says) we caught a shuttle bus to the town
of Flores two hours away.
Flores is a lovely touristy town on a lake. We arrived at lunchtime and had until 9pm until our next bus (overnight to Guatemala city) to explore the town. While there, we enjoyed a lovely lazy sunny Sunday on the lakeshore where young and old, gringos and locals alike
descend to swim, eat street food, drink in the bars ...
... plans in the making!!! Saturday I was off to school bright and early, but not before making a fried egg and cheese sandwich for breakfast and of course coffee! I got to school a bit early and was able to chat with one of the teachers that I remembered from 2 years ago, Iliana! She is so full of life and is the teacher to see if you want to learn dirty words and vocabulary!!! I wonder if she was Julio's teacher!??? My new teacher is Paula! She has a good sense of humour and ...
... and asking me about my travel plans. Sometimes, like on this occasion, I only tell people I am travelling for two weeks, which seems much more modest than a 2hr month trip.
At the border, I noticed that people can walk in without bothering to get their passports stamped, but I made sure I got mine stamped when both leaving Mexico and entering Guatemala. I met some youg Mexicans and we went to a fried chicken place. Overall, I wish there would be more healthy food on offer! Anyway, ...