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- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
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On our way to lake Atitlan we visited our first Mayan site, Iximche. It was fascinating to imagine a Mayan community coming alive in this ancient city. One cannot help but be in awe in front of the tremendous work that was accomplished by this highly advanced civilisation. What was most striking was to see a Mayan family holding a religious …
We awoke Sunday morning where Molly had planned a private boat tour across the lake to San Juan. We toured this small village where we were able to talk to the locals and observe the culture. We learned about all the plants they grow to keep healthy and the significance of each plant. FUN FACT: There is a plant that helps just about everything from …
... called Jason during my break and he found the file on my computer at home and was able to e-mail it to me. That way, we will have more "authentic" test material to practice next week. The second half of class consisted of practicing grammar more. Still not exactly my favorite thing in the world, but it seems to be getting better.
I paid for school after I had finished yesterday, and in the middle of paying, the sky decided to start ...
... put people off their dinner! We walked back to the hotel again and Kirsty had her pizza. I tried a drink, but a short while later that came back up too! The first day was written off. The second day wasn't much better. I wasn't having as many of the sharp pains in my stomach, and managed to stop myself being sick, but wasn't feeling great. The pains had now moved to my throat where ulcers have come up, aggravated by being sick the day before. I had ...
... 4) Burma Pop and other meals - so the significant downside to San Pedro was the food. We really struggled to find anything enjoyable to eat except street food - which mostly consisted of tacos, quesadillas and barbeque sandwiches; all of which were definitely affordable and tasty, but not all that exciting or filling after a few days of the same stuff...... Then we found Burma Pop! A brand new restaurant on the waterfront with a fabulous ...