Hospedaje El Viajero
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Woke up super early after little or no sleep and like zombies boarded our, very nice, bus all the way to Guatemala City. The whole journey, and 3 borders, were all really painless and we barely had to leave the bus, which was great for me as I just wanted to sleep. They brought us food and drinks the whole time too. We arrived in Guatemala City at around 9pm, and I was starving so it was time for a Maccy ...
... to members of the cult, or brotherhood as they prefer to be called, providing favors when given offerings including tobacco and alcohol. Each day of Semana Santa featured another ceremony that included music and a procession, culminating with his symbolic crucifixion. Though timing was never right, I did receive several offers to meet Maximón and party with the brotherhood - all for a small fee, of course. While Santiago did have ...
... there is no river from it.
Dinner was designed as a family affair, no separate tables like a restaurant, it was one long table to encourage guests to mingle and chat. The food was delicious and the company very good. For some reason we had 12 Canadians around us and none of them knew each other either. We never got to chat to the other 4 at the furthest end of the table to find out where they were from but a fair guess would be North America.
... It was hilarious, then half and hour later we heard her crying over something, obviously coming down hard! We said our goodbyes and got a big mum-like hug from our Guatemalan mother and we were off the next morning to Mr Mullets, a hostel down near the main part of tourist town in San Pedro. It was weird to go from being so immersed in the culture and language to being back in a hostel with people ready to party at any time of the day but it ...
... too - that's another story... One night here was enough. - San Marcos hostel. Right near the lancha (boat) dock. Clean, neat brick rooms. We had an ensuite room. Breakfast included at the owner's hotel, Fe. Nice shaded communal/bar area. Food: - La Gardinia. Vegetarian restaurant. We ate here every opportunity as the food options were all great, and tasted amazing. Large servings and friendly staff/owner. He helped us to plan our travels from the lake ...