Hostal Dona Victoria
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... then asks, in broken english, "did I pay online? Or how am I going to pay?" Apparently showing up alone with a backpack isn't a good thing. I could easily scarper in the night. Ahhhh that ain't happenin' as my ride is coming back Sunday! I offer to pay upfront, but am refused. "Am I paying in cash?" "Yes, as the website said no credit cards" "No, we take cards!" I reoffer, I am refused. I ask about a hike that is posted on the wall with great pictures. Spanish now, "It is ...
... going to take us on a free hike up the overnight volcano tour since he used to lead tours a few years back. So I decided to change my plans and go back to Antigua with the group to do that.
We went out for a little bit to the Buddha bar, but honestly I felt a little uncomfortable or out of place with all the hippies there. So I went back pretty early and went to ...
... were on and I thought we may get stuck. A local villager jumped on the back of our van to help us and we slowly went through where the barricade was. I looked behind and saw as soon as we went through, they put the roadblock back, closing the road, but about a minute later, they had opened it for the van behind us. I have no idea what they were discussing in their meeting and what the point of this entire exercise was!
When we got to the end of the detour, there ...
Today I got up early and met Ali in the central plaza to get a taxi out the bus station where we caught a chicken bus to Guatemala City. Unfortunately this dropped us on the edge of the road outside the city and no one was very helpful as to how we should get to the bus terminal for Cobán - other than the taxi drivers who wanted $20 for a cab! I was still tired from the hike and I'm a very bad mood so I feel sorry for anyone who was hassling us that day for ...
... dissapeared into the darkness constantly yelling "vamonos". That was the last thing we heard of him. Eventually we managed to light a 2nd candle and make our way back to daylight. Afterwards we went tubing in the river. Kids at the riverbanks threw cans of beer to us, sometimes 3 at the time if you didn't make it clear enough you only wanted one, so you had to find them in the river. This was definitely the coolest way to have a beer and also the ...