Hospedaje El Viajero
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Concierge desk
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I realized last night that I've not written in a while! So sorry! Nothing super extravagant has taken place to give me something super interesting to write about. But I'll go ahead and give a recap of yesterday.
First, for breakfast I had pineapple pancakes. I wasn't too sure about that when she told me what they were. They weren't overly pineapple-y but I think that is because I put a good amount of syrup on them. ...
... be picking me up. I wasn't sure where they were going to take me. Could be the school, could be the home. They took me down some streets which lead me to my home for the next couple of weeks. The family I am staying with is great so far. Today, being Sunday, more of the extended family is here. I have met a ton of people today. It has been great. Some have even greeted me with the customary kiss on ...
... 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 ...
You accepted to check our mail every week.
You offered to check on our car and home regularly.
You took us to Atlanta airport and gave a nice farewell.
You picked us up in Guatemala, hosted us, and helped us to get acclimated.
You treated us to breakfast / lunch / dinner.
You provided generous monetary gifts.
You hosted us in Atlanta ahead of our departure.
... and tell Purto, I'm not sweet to continue crossing the lake as don't think I can easily get across at this rate with the current. I dig the oar in, spin around and take off back to shore. Next thing, I'm hit by a big wave and knocks me off balance and I take in a large amount of water as I scramble to stay afloat. I become concerned and try regain composure and start paddling towards shire, before another big wave smashes me and this time, I'm overboard. Im in the lake ...