Hotel Casa Concepcion
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... Another motorcycle pulls up and the bathmats are dutifully handed to me with many "lo sientos"=I'm sorry ( I think she has dealt with Canadians before). I go to pay her with tip, but because of the wait the tip is passed back to me. I try, it's refused. I'll get her the next time. I won't be doing handwashing any time soon...Momma didn't raise no fool....I hate laundry on the best of days! As I enter the gate, I noticed "the big house" seemed empty, a car was ...
... slippy, but once past those it was deep enough to swim.
As we climbed in tiny fish, barely a centimetre or two long, swam in the shallows, as you got slightly deeper the fish got larger, but most were still only an inch or two long. Once in Kirsty mentions to me that she read that the fish may have a nibble at you. I had already been munched on by sandflies before even stepping foot in the water, now it seemed the fish were after me too!!
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Last week was our last week in San Pedro and the Spanish School. We both enjoyed the learning experience and are trying to speak mostly Spanish now, even to each other. Last week was Easter week, a very traditional and exciting time for all the Guatemalans here. There were many tourists from the cities who come for the party atmosphere and the beautiful religious traditions that we saw here, and are repeated all over the country.
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Trips to destinations like Antigua restores my faith in travel for the sake of discovery, exploration, learning and most importantly - gratitude for that restoration of my soul.
... things like touching his finger then touching my nose, walking with my eyes closed and standing on my head reciting the alphabet backwards. I might have made the last one up. I passed all those tests so nothing neurological. Phew. Again, he couldn’t figure it out. He said it was likely to be exhaustion and stress I had put on my body from travelling. But he gave me some tablets for dizziness and wanted me to get some blood tests done which we arranged for the following day. ...