Hotel Soleil Pacifico
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... influence which was nice to see. It was very reminiscent of South America.We walked cobblestone streets and wandered into shops and restaurants with gorgeous courtyards, once homes or convents! We made our way to the Icon of La Antigua the arch of Santa Catalina which dates back from early 17th century. It provided a passageway for the nuns to cross the street unseen.La Merced Church was also a must see - a ...
... bases. Thirty- one of the volcanoes can currently be hiked. There are three active volcanoes. Pacaya is the most active and has produced several types of eruptions from simple lava flows to more violent ones. It belches dark smoke continuously. The last lava flow was earlier this fall. Fuego Volcano continues to spew a column of smoke. In Oct. 2012, 10,000 families were evacuated from its sides. In addition to the danger ...
... 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 ...
... on the top deck and I could now feel a burning sensation on my neck from having sat there on my way to Panajachel!
Once back on land, a short rest was taken before boarding the motor coach. I rapidly settled in my window seat in preparation of my two and a half hours drive back to Puerto Quetzal. I was leaving the "Heart of the Maya World", the ...