Green Bay Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... egg into the fire and made us blow into the fire until the egg burst . See... I told you it was weird. He then wanted us to pay him around $50 for being whacked and spat on, but seemed happy enough when we gave him around $10. Cheeky shaman. We walked away not particularly feeling cleansed, more sticky and wet and wondering if it hadn't all been a scam! But apparently it is supposed to give us protection on our travels so we will happily take any protection we can ...
... views and watched the sun rise over the volcano. It was still windy and very cold. It took a further five hours to get to the very top, and once we reached it was cloudy, wet, windy and freezing cold. Our guide took us to a cave and we took shelter there for awhile. I had managed to find enough energy to climb up to the 4000m peak of the volcano. Unfortunately as it was too cloudy we were unable to see the fire volcano that sits aside Acatenango which ...
... br> On our way back to the hostel we stopped at an Italian bakery to get some bits and pieces for tea, they were all so good! While we were in town Kelly had picked up an expat magazine that mentioned a Welsh bar called the Ocelot that held a good pub quiz, for some reason nobody seemed to know where it was and a policeman ended up having to radio someone to get directions for us! When we made it to the bar we found we had ...
... we ended up at Casa de Iguana, the town's party hostel owned by British Rusty. What... We stayed in a PARTY hostel owned by a NON-LOCAL?! Well, this is what those money-hungry hustlers drove us to!
Turned out, the hostel was dead and unfortunately, the infamous Rusty Lucky was in Antigua during our time there. However, we got to know the volunteers and ended up indulging in happy hour. Every hour!
Cole - cheeky Texan with a thirst to ensure alls well with ...
The Río Dulce is a 45km stretch of water between Lago De Izabal, the largest lake in Guatemala, and the Caribbean Sea. We were taking a boat cruise down the river to Livingston at the far end for lunch and back again.
There is not a lot of human habitation along the river apart from small settlements, and some rich "mansions". There were lots of birds though - cormorants, herons and pelicans were the ones ...