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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We saw it offered in food stalls all the time and it might only be outnumbered by tortilla sellers. So we spent our last dinner in Guatemala going to Pollo Campero, a local chain which looks like a fast food specializing in chicken. But when you walk in, they seat you and you order with your waitress and they also bring the food to you. Let's just say that Ray was in heaven with his "extra crispy" chicken :-) Also, the drive-through at McDonald's is called ...
... tortillas, rice and beans. Breakfast, beans, scrambled egg, tortillas and sweet black coffee.
There were 4 children in our household, they could speak some school English, but the parents could speak no English. So we spoke Spanish, and much to M's delight could converse with the children, who were 2 girls 23 and 20, 2 boys 14 and 9 year old.
... for 17 or so hour trip and go hunt down our favourite little street food vendors. We get to the park where it is normally checkers full of vendors and food only to see two vendors there. Not overly disappointed as it's very similar food, we grab a few of the awesome tostadas and I grab what looks to be baked potato as well. Nope, not baked potato. I bite into it thinking its baked potato or similar but find its a fried cake with chocolate inside. And ...
... city tour but we were adamant that we wanted get to Maximón shrine and taking us there was all he was required to do.
We stopped in front of a nondescript house, with “Bienvenidos a Maximón’ carelessly painted at the gate. Inside was a wooden figure draped in colorful silk ties and scarves and a smoking cigarette! A couple of men had positioned themselves on either side, their primary tasks being to collect any offerings that ...
... a chicken bus whose drivers do not seem to have been taught how to respect curves. The buses go at full speed through these impossible and interminable curves as your posterior loses contact with the edge of the seat on one side and deposits on the other and goes back and forth several times every minute. Your hands and thighs have to work overtime to maintain your balance, but the bodies of your neighbours provide the security net in case you are not able ...