Hotel Casa Blanca
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So after two boys trips and all my long stay buddies gone I thought my jungle driving days were over for a while but I was wrong, very wrong. With only the slightest suggestion of boys night we rallied the new recruits who were 2 Israelies (Yoni & Dor) and one German (Emil). Ross and I explained the "tour" for the Tuesday night and eventually sold them on the promise of river crossings. We again packed the esky full and hit the ...
... the small crowd. Live music plays the entire night trying to entertain everyone between rides but the real entertainment is the overly drunk people dancing in front. The rides didn't last long but we started off with a flyer as the guy literally flew off but had his leg caught in a stirrup and after some uncomfortably looking movements he fell off and got stretchered off by the by the safety team. Table tennis championships were amongst us ...
... Mandy and I indulged in an amazing dinner complete with tlayudas (local street food) but we refrained from the chapulines (fried chilli grasshoppers).
The next stop was our long awaited return to the beach. After covering A LOT of miles over the last week we were starting to get over bus travel. Reflecting on our decision to head deep into Guatemala we feel as though we could have turned towards the coast a little earlier than we did. There ...
... out some locals trying to surf the fairly choppy waves. The town had a nice, relaxed kind of feel. There were few people around and only a handful of bars and cafes anywhere near us.
The next day we slept in and had a quick breakfast of delicious Hawaiian tortas and enormous fresh juices and then caught a taxi to one of the nearby beaches, Carrizalillo. Man this was amazing! Such a picturesque little beach, tucked into ...
... s Dog (Sunset Point owner), so I'd spend my days playing with these 2 crazy dogs at the beach whilst watching the surfers....In the evenings Rex and his friend Anton who was over from Austria, would take a sunset walk over to Zicatela for diner and beers. I tended to hang out with these guys as the others I'd come with; the Aussie Surfers liked to get extremely drunk and go into Zigatela and partying, and to be honest I was really enjoying ...