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... on the move to see if the party had picked up. We get back to Zoola and the crowd had probably doubled and they had out some decent beats in, but it was still a major let down. But Mike and Elsie arrive after another drink and we sit down and sit pink a few bevs and trade stories and laugh about today's 'adventure'. It was getting a bit late and I was certainly tired after a few drinks so we decided to leave and most of us were happy about going home. But Elsie ...
... 2km to the airport. It was all very easy and the plane we were on was clean and smelt brand new. A smooth flight and we were in Guatemala City. We decided for simplicity just to take a taxi for the 3 hours to Lake Atitlan - it was only $100. The first part of the drive takes you through the sprawling capital which actually looked far cleaner and more commercial than I had imagined from what I have read. The next town is Chimaltenango ...
... was to stay at Hostel Fe if they had room, which initially they didn't. As we check out another place someone came to get us to say they had and we paid for a dorm room. It hen turned out they didn't so we got upgraded to a private room, nice! We weren't quite sure what to do when we first arrived. We had a quick walk around tone and got some street food. We then went to the hostel bar for a beer, meeting a group of Brits, which has so far been uncommon in Central ...
... funny as was a bit tipsy then we invited kristen along and the three of them turned up late with kristen walking in with a beer and cigarette! Arranged to meet them at 8 back at Buddha as I'd told family I wanted dinner whereas will and Kim had said no. Went back for 8.15 but no one there! Wandered around and bumped into Kate. Then Kim popped her head in. I clearly look my age if not older as Kate thought Kim looked younger but thought I looked my age! Joy! Eric popped in ...
... the cemeteries to celebrate and remember the good times with their loved ones.
After the cemetery, we stopped off at a local Mayan craftsman's house. He must have had over a hundred carvings on display and Elmer said he doesn't really actively sell them. If someone stops by and wants to buy one, he'll sell, but other than that, it's a hobby. Elmer told us that this man loves when people come by his house to look at the carvings and his pride was quite ...
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