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... Followed by a unusual tablequiz, which Cathals team won.
The next morning we took in the town. Literally two streets of cafes and tourist shops and little else.
The main thing here is the culture fusion of Guatemalan,Caribbean and Mayan lifestyle. Its got a great vibe for sure, but fear of becoming to relaxed, we have that tendency we decided to push on.
There was a whole new country just one hr away!
... Pedro, you really feel like tourism is only just starting to boom in this area- you could go horseriding or kayaking on the lake for around 1 pound an hour! San Pedro itself is a very small town, which is split pretty much into the backpacking side (right up on the riverside), and the local/older part of town which runs up the hillside; the only sad thing I found is that the two really don't mix, and unless you had to go into the old part of town inhabited by ...
... We had paid a 10% deposit online so we said no as we would lose that money and he said okay well you have to pay me the money. I still can’t figure out what we were supposed to be paying him for. We told him to go away anyway. Got to the hostel and loved it instantly. The woman who greeted us was so excitable that she easily talked us into having a beer the minute we arrived. So we had a beer, chatted with her for a bit then headed out for some lunch. We already love Guatemala so ...
... day at school
before doing the stuff they really want like tennis, horse riding and
football. When questioned about the Spanish element, silence seems
to prevail, but still we will persevere.
Talking of persevering – CPSB is now
back at school again, screaming and kicking his way through his
verbos, conjugations and just to add more complications local
versions of . Oh the happiness that ...
... busy place stalls everywhere, people selling everything, dusty, not on the tourist route. I wondered how it would all work out. On these buses and thinking i would get to the city late i wondered if anything would happen to me, i really was in amongst it and no other tourists around i did hope it went well. So that ladies told me the bus was 25cents and it was and took me to the border crossing. Again no tourists, quite quiet, a few food stalls, money changers, men hanging around. ...