Hotel Salvador Gaviota
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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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... for the rest of the day. Sigh. I tried to get up in the evening and go for dinner with the girls but I had to go back to the hostel as soon as we got to where we were eating. Any light at all and I felt like I was going to throw up. It wasn’t a lot of fun. I was really disappointed because we were supposed to be having dinner at the house of one of the local people who volunteer at the eco centre. I really wanted to experience this – they live so differently to how we do. ...
... from Mayans, Garifunas and lost expats. The town is unconnected to the rest of the country via road with the river and ocean the only means of transport which makes for an interesting mix of river people. We had a quiet afternoon at a cafe on the ocean planning the next couple of weeks with a hot chocolate and cup of tea. Due to rough weather the Caribbean did not look its usual crystal clear. The waves were washing up on the beach in a muddy mess and the Guatemalans seem to dump ...
... having a run in with some cave rock poking out. The water is freezing and all you can hear is Rafa yelling and wooing and the thundering noise of the waterfalls inside as we got closer. We climbed a few ladders, went down a few more and even climbed a rope up a waterfall. I am battling with the cold temperature and can a,most hear my teeth chattering above the waterfall. We got to a portion of the cave where we could jump a few metres off a ledge into a pool. It was only s small ...
... off on for chocolate making!
We were taken to a local families house to be shown how they make chocolate traditionally. The family live with some chickens in a little wooden shack with a corrugated metal roof and a fire smoking away in the corner. If I'm being honest it was quite depressing as it was dark and dingy, and they have barely anything, they seem happy enough though. I didn't expect the level of poverty we have seen ...
... texts. unfortunately I still haven't got any messages so am unsure if I need another new phone :/
after completing my second salsa class my confidence was high and myself, friends and some of the Guatemalan teachers have been hitting the salsa clubs hard. I discovered that my confidence shouldn't be high and that amongst Guatemalans I am a giant. Pulling off the "hair brush" salsa move is very difficult when the chicas ...