Crowne Plaza Guatemala
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... then mailing back to Uruguay. I offered to take the computer to Uruguay if Jim was willing to pay for the charges.
I left GUA around noon time and had a 8 hour layover at the MIA airport. I watched people as they huddled through the terminal. I made some fone calls too.
I was able to fly business class from MIA to MVD. Sweet. I watched the movie "Draft ...
... after an afternoon
here we'd had enough and headed for San Pedro de La Laguna on the last boat across the lake. On the boat, we met the lovely Kelly from London, who graviously brought us back to her hostel, Hotel Pinocchio to get us a cheap room. We haggled with the owners and somehow managed to come away with a double room for just over 3 dollars each, bargain! We continued
our love affair with tacos and enchiladas (3 for a dollar) in the village ...
... themselves and pretentious people I don’t! There were a lot of those around the lake.
One did create quite an interesting scenario though – there was another mental old woman staying at the hostel – I think she must have been on acid or something as she was clearly on a different planet to everyone else – but was also some complete religion freak. Unfortunately for her someone had handed out a pamphlet which was the most stupid but hilarious ...
... began our walking tour of his hometown - warning this is going to be a long post!
Started in the Central Town Square in Zona 1 - the city is divided into zones and each Zona has Avenidas (lowest north to south) and Calles (lowest west to east).
We first went to the market where we had the yummies tortillas ever, one with pork belly and the other with cow belly (was a bit worried about tummy ache but all good), had a bit of ...
The whole town of Antigua Guatemala is a World Heritage Site. So there is no way they are going to fix the roads which were put in by the Conquistadors. These are not cobble stone roads. Cobble stones are regular and square and fit together fairly smoothly. These are big irregular rough cut beach stones. Hard to keep upright on a motorcycle, hard to walk on in flip flops, and very ******* old cars as a taxi driver was ...