Hospedaje El Viajero
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... you are an animal lover, you would love Hans' place, with hens, roosters, ducks, cats and dogs always around there is never a dull moment. Other options were Casa del Mundo- expensive but amazing quality. We did the family style dinner with 4 courses for 120Q each. It was delicious! You also have Club Ven Aca which boasts the only infinity pool lakeside. Food was also amazing but unfortunately it was on ...
... were VERY tight and sore from the hike yesterday. While I really wanted to just go back and lay down more after breakfast, I thought it would be best to get out and move some. So, I decided to look up the address to the supermarket, which is a legit Walmart, and saw that it would be about 2 miles walking each direction. I figured, why not!?
During my walk to the walmart, I got to see a lot more of the town. I made it through a couple ...
... and with friends, eating new fruits and vegetables I had never seen before (or which are just so much better here than at home). Dishes that you can find in nearly every meal are “frijoles” (beans), tortillas de maíz, “aguacates” (avocado), rice, “papas” (potatoes), tomatoes. And I'm sure I’m forgetting others. I look forward to encountering lots more typical food during my stay in this beautiful ...
... 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 ...
... saints, and visited them regularly. To the Maya, they kept the Spanish of their back and would hang ties on the statues as a sign of thanks. This syncreticism is so prevalent here that there is a separate "Catholic" church for those that aren't so into the ties.
Now, this isn't all, There's also Maximon. This dude is the dude. A wooden statue ...