Holiday Inn Express Tapachula
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We have seen the Port captain and tomorrow we have an 'inspection' at 0500! Then we plan to depart for El Salvador. We have new crew onboard and Sharif has been helping Tony with boat jobs and they're still talking so all's well! It makes a difference to me when we're sailing as I get more rest,Tony hopefully ...
Miles 70 Total 14,567
After a quick chat with Jayne on Skype I left for the border at 07-30 but finding it was not as easy as I thought as the "Guatemala" signs disappear after a while. Once I approached it I noticed a long row of cars then a large number of guys approached me, putting on their "official" badges and trying to stop me but I rode through,
Now I am naive in the ways of such borders but I have read that you pass ...
... so not to fall over.
We spent some time hoping for a break in the clouds, and did get some moments of blue skies and slight views, before the cold became no longer bearable and a group of us headed down with Danny.
We all headed back the way we had come only to be told there was an easier way.
EASIER WAY TO DIE I believe they meant!!!
The next ten mins were pretty scary. We were walking a ridge around the crater of the volcano. The surface varied between ...
... the time wherever you went were 'ambulantes', travelling street venders.It was hard saying 'no,gracias' every five minutes, so we ended up buying some wonderful and very curious things (something for the baby Holllie Bells and Maizie!) all hand -made locally. The workmanship is beautiful and it's even in their every day clothes woven so intricatley, with inspiration from the natural environment around them. These people are whole families working together,who come down from ...
With a little information from my teacher I boarded a chicken bus from Minerva Station (really colourful chaos) headed directly for Panajachel. I love bus travel, as I may have already mentioned however local buses like these are even more interesting. Not only is every bus named e.g. "Esmerelda" but they're painted beautifully. It’s always interesting to see just how many people can be squeezed into the isles and ...