Hotel Soleil Pacifico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... lots of geothermal heat available and the three plants harness this energy.
As we climbed the 5000 feet to Antigua, we were graced with many beautiful views. We drove along fields of sugarcane and coffee plantations. The highway wound up through the foothills of three volcanoes. Guatemala lies on the Ring of Fire and none of its 33 volcanoes are extinct. Many have lain dormant for a long tine but they still have ...
... under by a wave and gashed her foot between her toes. Boy did it hurt & she felt like she was going to faint. After being carried back to get it cleaned up we were told there was a local nurse nearby who would put some stitches in. We hoped in the sickest sounding truck (sick as in not sure how it was still going, not rad) and headed to the nearby village. Unfortunately she was away until tomorrow - I use the word ...
... a huge cake for me, and gave me some awesome pants and some biscuits. A friend at the beach, Carine, got me a bracelet. The day passed in much the same surfing and hammocking manner, and for dinner Dina, the cook, cooked my favourite burritos. Joel made a promo for the hostel we were staying at which meant we stayed for free and got free board hire, and he also sold some photos of surfers, so our time in Paredon was heavily subsidised. Hopefully there will be more times like ...
... pleased with my day’s outing, and amazed of everything I’ve seen!
We made it back safe and sound to the port around 4:30pm. After a refreshing shower and a change of clothes, I relaxed on my balcony and watched the sunset disappear from view while igniting the horizon on fire!
This evening, we left Guatemala’s port at 6:00pm ...
... of the world, I was still impressed by seeing them for the first time! Known as auto rickshaws, they’re also called tuk-tuks!
As much as the sceneries were breathtaking, as we got higher above sea level and up into those volcanic mountain ranges, poverty could be seen with people living in shacks as houses.
The road was winding and quite ...