Hotel And Restaurant Bambu
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... around four or five in the morning. The only way of checking is to reach for my digital watch and press the little 'indiglo' button. However on this occasion, it became very blurry. Of course, it may well have been my eyes that were very blurry at that time of the morning, but I persisted until it went blank.
And when I say blank, I mean the entire screen just disappeared.
So now I have a watch that doesn't even tell the time. ...
... kayak is upside down and full of water. The kayak smacks me in the head and my sunnies are no where to be seen but I manage to get the camera and get back into the kayak. Panic kicks in. The kayak is full of water and before I can even get the oar in and start paddling, another wave has knocked me out again. This time, as I realise I'm out of the kayak in the middle of Lake Atitlan, that we have a real issue and have no idea how to get back to shore. The kayak starts ...
... with overflowing standees and sittees (!) and if you are on for the long haul he is bound to check if you already paid and we found that he would be quite happy to take your nod for an answer. So, the honor system does work.
Video: Solola Friday Market
Sololá (Pop. 43000, Elev 1978m) is perched on a natural balcony above Lake Atitlan and it was a Kaqchiquel town (called Tzoloya) long before the Spanish arrived. It was on the trade ...
... burning incense and candles. It is said that each of the 18 stairs that lead up to the church stands for one month of the Maya calendar year.We departed from Chichicastenango at 14.00 and arrived in San Pedro 2 hours later. I was happy to find Gonzalo in good mood; he seemed to be okay again. I went to bed very early, hoping to sleep well.
Day 4: November 10, 2014
That day Gonzalo was still recovering so we took it easy and didn´t do ...
... beer pong..... The next stop was Antigua (still Guatemala!), a 12 hr bus ride towards the south west. One of my new Aussie friends was heading in the same direction, so we decided to travel together for a while. Antigua used to be capital of Guatemala until it was mostly destroyed in the 1700's but it has still kept its colonial charm and seemingly hundreds of churches and is my favourite town so far, filled with hidden markets and amazing roof top terraces. It is ...