Hotel Imperial Las Perlas
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When I woke up this morning I was determined to overcome my fear of lone travel on public transport. Mike is still pretty ill and now has a nasty cough, and isn't going anywhere. Staying at home doing laundry all day was not a very exciting alternative. At home I'm independent, I go where I want when I want. Being here I feel I have lost that because I don't I know the city well enough to navigate it alone, and not being able to speak the local lingo ...
... and Mayan cooked fish :) the food was great the only downside was that it took 20mins to get the bill! Seriously not cool! We kept asking and omg were about to just walk out! After dinner we explored the markets and I also got some churros from the street food carts (best churros ever yet again!). The markets were so busy and very fun however we have a 6am wake up for tomorrow for our tour so we headed back early and now are going to ...
... number of rooms but has lots of things to do. A sheet of activities arrives the night before so you can plan your next day. It is all-inclusive but I am not making that to mean I should eat and drink everything. Had a lovely lobster ravioli for dinner and a flourless chocolate cake with coconut ice ...
... cycle and invented a very accurate calendar. They worshipped many gods and had a very tribal existence of warriors, royalty and human sacrifice. The latter comprised a brutal ritual at the conclusion of each calendar 52 year cycle (of which 21 Dec 2012 is associated with!) where a prisoner of war was sacrificed on the high altar by bending his back to the point of cracking the spine and then the Priest removing his heart while still alive! All in full view of the ...
... Observatory and other, older temples.
There's nothing much to report on the journey home. Chatted with my (new) neighbour who expressed more than a passing interest in visiting England. I drew up a list of places outside London he and his family should go to. Was quite fun taking on a tourist perspective of back home.
15 hours after departing, I returned to the hostel and got some shut-eye. The day was my last excursion of Central ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking