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I am pretty sure I know which one I am going to do but every day I have a different idea. The order of priority that I have put them in is; 1. Guatemala 2. Colombia 3.Bolivia. I aim to work in Guatemala for three months and then move to Colombia for an amount of time that feels right and then move on to Bolivia. Who knows what may happen in the meantime.
For now though, I have left Guatemala and I am currently sitting in Utila in the Bay ...
... alike and famed for it's Tapada. We didn't really know what Tapada was but thought we ought to order it regardless. What was brought to the table was a huge bowl of coconut cream based soup full of huge prawns, a whole crab in the shell and a whole fried fish - and we had one each!!
Back in Hacienda Tijax, without the breeze from being on the boat we retreated to the swimming pool to cool off.
... before heading back into town.
Back in Rio Dulce we sat on the marina and tucked into a bottle of rum while watching the sunset, then grabbed a quick dinner before heading off to the lodge. We sat around having a few more rums with the micoleon when the monotone Swiss guy got home from his night at the pub and he was wasted. He came into the reception, turned on the sound system a little too loud for that time of night and sat on the chair mumbling to ...
... Queenslander named Gazza who had a hair cut that said business upfront and party at the back. The hotel was set on the river downstream and was fully made of wood and had the creaking going on to prove it. Whilst here we were recommended to go out and about, but we chose to sit in the spa, watch movies and take it easy. Whilst here we met a lovely couple from Australia who were travelling also, and ...
... of time) and I was back alone, with an optional staring stick woman.
Went out to a waterfall/hot springs for a day trip, where got my first experience of Guatemalan transport aka SHOVE IT IN. Whilst I admire the techniques and enthusiasm involved with such a thing, you pretty much constantly feel like a squashed loaf of bread. Which brings me back on to Guatemalan’s not understanding the word full.
The collectivo out to the waterfall was full. ...