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... back to our hotel a guy noticed my hat with rasta colour and whispered to me as we walked past "I have some weed if you want". Tempting as it was (kidding) lI said no thanks. Just near our hotel there are horse and carriage rides offered for a tour of the city. Jess and I wanted to take one but the girls said it was animal cruelty and went back to the hotel. We took a half hour ride anyway and the horse looked pretty happy ...
... another to occupy more rainforest to repeat the process. Is history repeating itself? Everyday we see Guatemalans toss rubbish on the ground and in the sea/rivers nonchalantly and there are tonnes of plastic bags at the sides of roads and often the noxious smell of burning plastic in the air. There is no sustainable infrastructure in this part of the world to deal with waste. In a nutshell, as we skipped Tikal ruins but we still wanted to support ecotourism by visiting ...
... Antigua is considered to be the most popular tourist attraction in the entire state of Guatemala everything is naturally more expensive. I mean we could still eat a hot dog for Q10 or order some food in one of the local “comedores” for quite cheap (around Q20), but in order to get a normal Western dish we would have had to pay at least Q40.
At the end of the day we felt a little bit lazy and neither of us felt like going out. Thus, we spent the ...
... rather flash. We got off the bus at a restaurant where we paid to have a boat take us to a beach. So off we went, only to find the beach was under water. It was out front of a large house, owned by the absent family of the first president of El Salvador, which left us with half a metre of sand to sit on. We weren't even allowed to use their dock to jump into the lake, but two of us did, prompting one of the two gardeners to sit ...
... in my portfolio.
With a full tank and an unblemished budget, el Burro and I whizzed our way to the colonial town of Antigua. My GPS hadn't a clue what was going on in this little town, so I figured my way around using the Lonely Planet map and identifiable landmarks.
With Holy Week finished, this picturesque town living beneath 3 volcanos was fairly dormant. I pretty much had the place to myself, and a handful ...