Hospedaje El Viajero
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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... were very good as well.
I got to chat with both my parents and Jason last night. Some before and then after dinner. I also had to write three different essays for homework (not so much fun.) I went to sleep at a decent time, and slept great.
This morning, I had some delicious "Pan francesa" which I was a little worried about at first because I don't like French Toast in general. This was actually really good. I then gathered my ...
... 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 saw and did a few good things over the week we were there: 1) San Marcos - a tiny hippy village just across the water from us; a very creative, laidback place with some beautiful homemade jewellery stands and a lovely chilled out organic café. They had plenty on the menu for Sharna and amazing homemade chocolate (apparently a 3 day process). We got a little shuttle boat over to the village; but Victoria picked the worst ...
... about 1000 and Purto grabs a solo kayak while Leesh and I grab a double and we head out on Lake Atitlan. The lady renting the kayaks says 50Q each per hour and we laugh and start walking away, before she yells out 'Ok, 10Q' to which we agree. The wind is slightly concerning us and it Is noticeably choppy and the wind chill does not make it any more appealing but nonetheless, we paddle out towards the middle. Leesh is not enjoying herself as the water splashes her each ...
... despite the horrendous chapters (first the Spanish in the 1500s and more recently the warfare between the government and anti-government insurgents which caused untold hardships to the native people) of history that saw them become helpless victims.
Maya dialects are spoken widely here and over a dozen groups are scattered over the region, each with its own language and clothing. Our earlier exploration (2006) into the highlands of Chiapas ...