Hosteria La Perla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Methodist church. Once the information was captured Sarah, Emmanuel, Teresa and I went to the grocery store to by ice cream.
Tomorrow we will head for the beach for a bit of R&R. The week has really flown by. It has been interesting to watch many on the team’s Spanish improve. I believe that this mission has been marked by laughter. I hear it all the time. It is truly a joyful noise unto the ...
... until the Guard on duty (24 hour presence plus Policia at the entrance gate) offers us to sleep in the spare room at the Centre with their make shift "kitchen". We even get use of the gas burner to make some pasta for dinner! Turns out we got luxury camping! Can't guarantee this will happen to you if you come to El Imposible, but it worked out for us in the end - and camping is free with your entry fee! So no expensive Hostel for us tonight! It wasn't total ...
We woke up to a beautiful clear morning and were excited to finally do what we came here for. We arrived at the site, and after a few words from the mason and the grandmother, Dalia, who will be the owner of the house, we dug right in...literally for some of us! The various jobs we worked on throughout the day included digging up dirt to level out the front "yard," sifting sand for ...
... but I didn’t feel too unsafe as banks are constantly surrounded by armed police in literally every place in Central America (to be honest pretty much every building is surrounded by armed guards).
The only problem was my card wouldn’t work in any of the ATM’s anyway – not that it stopped him coming back over, and hovering around as his mates were clearly talking amongst themselves with the usual mutterings of GRINGOOOOO ...
... all of the tourist destinations wouldn't have changed that. When I left, there were many things that I didn't see while in Guatemala. What I did see were the empty hills of the southwest, the farms that lie on the dirt roads between Jerez and San Cristobal and the soldiers guarding the No-Man's-Land who turned me back when I accidentally wound up inside El Salvador. No tourist guide would have ever got me ...