Hospedaje El Viajero
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Microwave in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
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... of the house told me that we would be having a late lunch and that they would let me know when it is ready. So, I decided that I would go ahead and come back to write this post while I am waiting. :)
It was pretty warm during my walk this morning, but now it is pouring down rain. I have been very fortunate to only get caught in the rain once while walking. Now, I am always sure to have my rain jacket with me when I go out for a ...
... In Solola, we visited Asociación Maya de Desarrollo’s (the Mayan Development Association). This is a wonderful organization, and of course everyone had to buy something to support. Their wonderful work!
Copied from the Asociacion website: check out www.athreadofhope.org
"Founded in the 1980s as an unofficial group of women hoping to find some way of recovering from the lives and livelihood lost from the war, the mission of Asociación Maya ...
... we would criss-cross the town by foot many times - going to the Spanish language school, shopping at the mercado (market), treating ourselves with a pupusa (flat bread stuffed with cheese, black beans, chipilin) or chocobanana (frozen banana coated with chocolate and peanuts). For the first time in my life, I swam in open water - in Lake Atitlan! The water was so fresh and deep! On ...
... about whatever plans you had for that day. Honestly I didn't really do anything except wander around, kayak, and drink wine.
Blaese accidentally touched a huge spider that he thought was "fake." WAIT WAS THAT A REAL SPIDER? This is the highlight of my travels so far.
... restaurant and is decked out with Tin Tin memorabilia and paintings. It's a pretty cool little place and the food was fantastic and cheap. Leesh had a gado gado dish and Purto and I had the Mexican burrito. Quite impressed. Leesh and I thank the lovely staff with a bit of spanish before they think we actually speak it and start speaking way too much and too fast for us. We walk around the little town and try to find some markets before Leesh and I decide to ...