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... had to deal with changing hotels... As chance would have it, Roberto from El Gringo was coming out of the same place as we were leaving and he asked us how we were and offered us a lift back to his hostel. We jumped in the car and explained that we would need to cut our stay with him short. He was actually very gracious about it and while we agreed to pay for an extra night he was kind enough to drive us back to our new hotel with all of our ...
... but I actually think it makes more sense the way we did it. All over the site they have left the carved stelae in place covered by small roofs for their protection. They tell the story of the Mayan myths and legends as well as the history of the royal lineage and major events. There is a carved staircase that is the largest of the Mayan world telling a full history. After about 3 hours wandering around the ruins it was time to visit the museum. It was smallish but really well done. ...
... would be just like the small fishing boat yesterday but with a sun roof on so we had a bit of shade. It was a bit weird because we had stamped out of Nicaragua but not yet been stamped into El Salvador. This meant that for this boat ride we were in complete nomans land. They hauled our bags onto the front of the boat and we clambered in the back. It was the actual ocean that we were crossing this time too so I ...
... and depressing, raw and brutal. The migrants encounter vultures around every corner trying to make some money off of these most vulnerable people. It is reported that 1000 children arrive at the US border each week. Many do not make it, but as they are undocumented travellers governments want to minimize statistics.
The reports on the gangs here in Central America in comparison would make the Hell's Angels look more like ...
... lovely, cheap meal.
The puposeria, where they make tortilla´s the traditional way, was a hit with me and I tried ayote (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cucurbita _argyrosperma). They had run out of some ingredients, but I was happy with a mushroom one and a cheese one, plus the salad and the price was incredible. $1.50 for the food and $1 for beer. After returning to the hotel for a shower, I went to a bar and was surpised to find that after 5 mins I was the only one in there. ...