Hotel Casa Blanca
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Outdoor pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... she said we could have the free breakfast if we wanted (which was pancakes!); then she told us their policy was to charge you for the first night on arrival then add any subsequent nights to your tab which you pay when you leave and then she told us they had an honour system for the beer they sell so you just write down what you have and they add it to your tab when you leave. What a nice place! After we got settled in I immediately went swimming in the ...
... hilarious. It resembled something of a pantomime as wrestlers would come out and the whole crowd would get behind one of the teams. The teams would prance around for a while before fighting, getting progressively more acrobatic as the fight went on. A highlight for me was a really small male wrestler who gave it everything to fight the taller guys, there was also a strange wrestler at the end who had pink hair and was trying to kiss the other wrestlers as part of the ...
... moving closer to me, I slowly paddled out a little further just in case I was under attack and then a big turtle head popped out from the water. Old mate had obviously grown up or the turtles from back home had found me because this 1.5 meter turtle was now hanging out with me in the sea #yewww I have finally been able to be able to get some veges into me which is a blessing, 3 months in Guatemala with minimal vegetables was harder than you can ...
... Sounds like a mission but actually quite fun. The town is super chilled and small. There's bunch restaurants on the beach that are empty. How it works is, if you eat at their restaurant you can sleep in a hammock or tent for free. Sweet deal, apart from the mozzies. First day I got there I chilled out and just smoked the whole day, r n r. The next day I got up and went for a surf across the river. So to get to this spot ...
... and I don't mean the renovations type!
We didn't know what to make of all this, but it seemed to us that in a country beggared of all but good coffee, a surfeit of religion was as useful as a clockwork orange. A meagre investment in infrastructure would do a lot to raise some of the 49% of Guatemalans who live below the poverty line to a more prosperous life and might be a more practical investment.
We were out of Huehue three days after ...