Hotel And Restaurant Bambu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Although the best part of making the chocolate wasn't getting to eat it myself - it was giving it to the little kids on the street. They had the biggest smiles on their face when I gave them my chocolate. That really made my day.
Yesterday I arrived in San Pedro on Lake Atitlan and today I started my first day of Spanish lessons!! My plan is to stay here for another two weeks (maybe 3 depending on how my Spanish ...
... 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 ...
Having managed to squeeze in one final, glorious breakfast at Yellow House in Antigua we boarded another shuttle from this ancient cobbled city westwards to the Mayan town of Panajachel, which hugs the shore of the famous Lago Atitlán. The population of the town is almost entirely Mayan and it is one of the few places you can see the older men still wearing traditional dress. Our bus weaved through the streets past the press of locals and as we disembarked the shuttle ...
So yesterday, I saw some interesting things, but I actually didn't take any pictures. So I guess I will just have to explain.
For breakfast yesterday, I had some bread with butter and some corn flakes. They had some fruit here as well, but I'm not a fan of bananas and pineapple. After breakfast, I went to school, where it was a little different than normal.
We started out with class, going over the essays that I had written. ...
... but it was dark already so we could only see the lights of San Pedro down below us. We got dropped in the centre of town, thirteen hours after leaving Semuc Champey, tired and uncomfortable from having been squeezed into the human equivalent of a sardine tin. We were hungry though and as this was Peter's hometown he took us to an Italian restaurant not far from where we stopped. The meals were large and so we were fairly full by the end of it, but Peter, who runs a ...