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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... walk away learning something new! There's been so many moments which have stood out to us all! Two girls during the conflict resolution classes, actually resolved a huge ongoing argument and they got up and apologised in front of the class... (Tear drops were present, I must add...) This week has seemed different for me than the other weeks... After nearly 6 weeks here, I've had many moments where I've had to stop and ...
... in the yard next door catches my eye...a dog? No...a turkey! You're lucky mister...I was looking for the rooster! So...I watch the impending Greek tragedy on CNN..it is easier to understand then CÑÑ in Spanish. I'm off to Kaffee Fernando's for coffee and breakfast. I'm met by Misha the cat...who immediately jumps up in my lap and purrs and nuzzle me...you're lucky your not a rooster! I get 2 Black Fernandos...American with an ...
... views and watched the sun rise over the volcano. It was still windy and very cold. It took a further five hours to get to the very top, and once we reached it was cloudy, wet, windy and freezing cold. Our guide took us to a cave and we took shelter there for awhile. I had managed to find enough energy to climb up to the 4000m peak of the volcano. Unfortunately as it was too cloudy we were unable to see the fire volcano that sits aside Acatenango which ...
... and had a few beers on the rooftop taking in the view with Kelly that night.
We spent another two days here in San Pedro enjoying the lake shores, horse back riding and hanging out in the lovely village. We could have stayed longer however our bus to Nicaragua was imminent and so we returned to the lovely Hostel Holistico in Antigua. That night we
felt obligated to visit the Irish bar in the city, Reilly's. Lesson learned- this was the most plastic ...
... we walked right into one. The thunderstorm and lightning strikes very close by certainly added something to our hike up the volcano, but we were just a little nervous when we got to the top and were out in the open! As it was ******* with rain and we were up in the clouds, we didn't have the best of views but that was all forgiven when we entered the still warm caldera, replete with still warm lava from an eruption a few months ago, and toasted ...