Hotel Del Patio
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... weighed and 4lbs after being at the hospital for about a month. They were sooooo tiny. Really makes us appreciate how fortunate we are in Aus with access to medical treatment. But also, to realise that sometimes all a baby simply needs is a cuddle.
... People in the crowd were getting involved and shouting at the ref, all kinds of food was being sold – even pizza delivery in cardboard boxes!
Place to Stay – This was a hostel right in the centre. $10 a night for a private room with shared bathroom. Very friendly staff again! Guatemala seems to have the best hotel staff in the ...
... Saturday 22nd June: We left Flores at 5am, and set off for the ruins at Tekal. These were the largest Mayan ruins in Central America, and the sites were out of this world. The tour lasted four hours and we explored almost all of the temple and ruins. This was a real highlight of Guatemala. After Tekal, we left Guatemala for Belize; taking a bus across the border to San Ignacio. I sat with Jacob, the kindhearted American with autism, who had taken a shine to ...
... comfortable with the family and started to enjoy having dinner with them and practicing my Spanish. They were very intrigue to hear about where i was from and all about the cold weather and snow of Colorado. When i wasn't in class or with the family i would take walks around the town and the market, practice what little Spanish i knew and take photos of the town and the surrounding scenery.
Antigua is a spectacular place in scenery ...
... Then after the place was "discovered", foreigners started opening hostels, guesthouses, and hotels, and began expanding their business empires, following up with bars, cafes, and restaurants. It all makes for a wonderfully exciting and vibrant atmosphere, but does detract from the local culture.
As touristy as Lake Atitlan is, it does appear to retain at least retain some vestige of Guatemalan flavour ...