Green Bay Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... speak english. This is one of the very few places in Guatemala that speak english. We spent the day walking around the village getting dry in the baking heat. For lunch we had topado which is a local fish, crab lobster soup which was very very tasty. After leaving Livingston we had a swim in the river and returned back to Rio Dulce to watch the sunset over the ...
... People who left: Max, Gloria, Sean, Raj, Moira, Guy New people who joined if I can remember their names: Julia - Germany Linda - Germany Bell - Aussie Joanna - Ireland Sarah - Aussie Another Aussie but I can't remember her name as she wasn't feeling well so haven't bonded yet :) remembered her name now, Carly. It so weird to have a different group of people because we became so close and even though there was 16 of ...
... apperance this was it. Ken, the German hippie has long dark hair tied up at the back of his head. He wears no shoes and some of his clothes could be mistaken for homemade! As the next two days unfolded he turned out to be probably the most standout character we have met the whole trip. He is so full of life, enthusiastic about everything and everyone around him and there was literally not a moment when we weren't laughing around him!
The first night ...
... we stayed, a hostel called Holistico. We had stayed here a few nights before leaving for the hike, and were returning to it after the hike. With packs in hand (after the hike) Amanda and I literally stripped off our clothes and emptied our bags onto the courtyard of the hostel, as we were completely covered in volcanic dust and ash - so much so Amanda had developed a mono-brow supreme and moustache that rivals my own - ha ha ha. We had a shower, dropped everything off for a ...
... either destined for the local market or having brought them from the local market and taking them home!
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