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... manages to manoeuvre its way through the skinny streets with people, tuk tuks and bikes screaming past in every direction. We get off the bus and as expected, are bombarded with locals asking if we have accommodation and where we are staying. I explain we have a booking at Mr Mullet's and the guy proceeds to inform me he works there and knows of it. I just say it's fine, I know where to go but he insists he takes us. We get to the hostel and find out why he ...
... Hotel is called Utz Jay and we are in room number 1. It has a shared common room with a fireplace and couches shared with Lisrine and Soizic. We met back in the lobby at 7:30 to go for dinner. We walked down to the Main Street and Rafael recommended dinner at Llama de Fuego deli. I had a yummy chicken burger and Dylan had Nachos. After dinner Dylan bought a pair of sunnies from a shop and then we were pretty tired so went back to the hotel. We were in bed at ...
... arrived at a hotel/guesthouse. The price was right, the room basic, and we took it for a night. The view was spectacular as we could see the lake and volcanoes from the hammock on our balcony. Unfortunately the wifi wasn't strong (it's a challenge finding good wifi anywhere in this village) and since we'll be in San Pedro more than a couple nights, wifi was important, so we only stayed here a night.
We spent Saturday walking around the ...
... the different villages, but both of us agreed it wasn't worth the more than $100 CDN total we paid.
After walking a bit through Panajachel at night and stopping for dinner, we took advantage of the jacuzzi our hotel rents out. It was quite "fancy" with candles, tea, and salt for the hot tub that were provided, but the water was really hot. After about 10 minutes in the water, we spent the rest of the time out the of the water and simply relaxing around the hot ...
... for income producing endeavors. The women are required to come once a week but can come as many times as they can find time to. Fathers are also welcome but not many take advantage of the opportunity either because of long hours working and sometimes disinterest. Driving through the community we saw a lot of hard work in really squalid conditions, consisting of separating garbage, that is brought home, ...