- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... bombarded by people trying to sell accomodation. A bit more aggressive than usual. I made the standard response of getting out of the way as quick as I could. A guy in the hostel yesterday recommended a place, which ended up being a lot more than I was expecting. Spread over a lovely corner of the world it is a series of large wooden and thatched huts. After what feels like a solid few weeks of constantly being on the move this looks like the ideal place to kick back for a few days. ...
... and had to move immediately upon finding bed bugs. After that, I ate dinner at an Italian place with two interesting girls who needed a place to sit. Molly is from the states and has been traveling for 11 years all over the world and Priscilla is from Costa Rica. They were nice, but it was a little strange. I spent the rest of the night uploading all my journal entries online and writing the last few entries. ...
... after finishing a movie we watched on the laptop, a massive spider crawled across the bed Jason was going to sleep in and onto the pillow. The person we were sharing a room with was already sleeping and both of us are freaked out by big spiders. Thinking fast, we went downstairs to another dorm room and I asked if any of them didn't have a fear of spiders and wanted to get rid of one. Thankfully, someone from Montreal came up to our cabin with a shoe and killed the spider. ...
... even touching the brakes! To be honest, Guatemala feels safer than I expected, but if you're going to die, it's almost inevitably going to be in a car accident!
It turns out that the hair-raising drive was worth it and our hostel, El Retiro in Lanquin, was absolute paradise. We were right on the river, we had plenty of good food and booze, they spoke English (so we didn't have to rely on our embarassingly rubbish and deteriorating Spanish) and we ...
... the group as a dance troop leader (Evan), kissing the bar tender (Amanda), kissing the chest of the opposite sex - and not your wife (me)…. So you can tell we had a ripper time.
The following morning, with foggy heads, we all woke to take advantage of the free yoga being offered. After an hour and fifteen minute session hangovers had gone the buzz of the day had arrived. It was then time for gourmet breakfasts, and to go on tour to see Semuc Chamepy, and the rest. By ...
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