Hotel And Restaurant Bambu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... how serious the police were, I changed my mind. The road got so bad at points, I though tires and the muffler were gonna start falling off. You can't go fast. Someone walking along side the car would have more speed than we did. There are gangs, thieves, robbers,etc hanging out in large groups, all men, waiting for their next prospect scattered along the way. Thankfully We decided to take the safe route ...
... If you weren't holding on with all your might you were launched half way across the bus, crashing into the locals before being thrown back to your side of the bus! After a long twisty journey feeling a bit sick, lake Atitlan finally came into view. The shimmering lake is surrounded by three towering cone volcanoes contrasting against the bright blue sky and dark cliffs. That morning we walked around the town, quickly realising it is a ...
... to a club that offers Salsa dancing lessons tonight, but that would be after dark and I don't really think I want to be out after dark. Plus, I've been pretty tired lately and think I would rather get some sleep. Also, I have to write my departure speech to give tomorrow... how fun!
So, just two more classes, a crazy bus ride and an early flight departure left and I will be back in the States. I sure am looking forward to that!!
... we had a late breakfast at a cafe, a drink and a croissant, I ate half the croissant before losing my appetite again. We went for a wander around town, through the zig-zagging alleyways and found the dock where we could catch a boat across the lake from. I tried to eat in the evening, ordering a ham and cheese sandwich (the plainest item on the menu) at the restaurant but only being able to eat four mouthfuls before giving up. The second day was written ...
... peoples' distinctive features. With this girl, it was the fact that she had the most stunning blues eyes you will ever see. Even Paul Newman would have been jealous. Somehow I don't think she was going to have any problem with volunteers willing to find her a place to stay.
With no more changes, the last part of the trip was down a steep hill that descended about five hundred metres inside a few kilometres to the side of the lake at Panajachel.