Hotel El Peregrino
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... from outside our hotel catching him and then literally throwing him into the back of a police pick up after handcuffing him. Having said that the people do seem very friendly. Last night we went to a bar /club and it was all Latino music and couples dancing salsa. No machetes were allowed. This morning we went to our first Mayan ruins and I was blown away by it all. The ruins are the home of 28huge red and blue macaws and they were flying ...
... walk. (Except for Borneo - going between Malaysia and Brunei, no need to even leave the car). Usually a border is an invisible line, separating the 2 countries. However here, if was a very visible line of trees up the mountain side! It was rather funny! Honduras was a lot greener than Guatemala. Strange. Once we had walked the few steps over into Honduras, some paper work, another (rather ****** small) stamp and we were off! Leaving the border about ...
... we started to pass through settlements with small wood huts and children running out, calling “Gringo! Gringo!” Their faces showed their delight and at the same time they looked like they were not sure whether to wave or hide.
Our first night in Alta Verapaz we stayed in a resort-in-the-making called “California” where we had a tiny basic cottage set in a forest clearing awaiting other developments, like a restaurant. The woman who was managing ...
Today was our last day traveling to San Pablo. Breakfast was cereal, yogurt, and banana cake again. Which was unbelievable. Still hot and fresh from the oven., We got the recipe from Jose (Carlos and Norah's son).
We were all running a little late to leave. I think we've gotten the hang of Guatemalan time. I took extra pictures on our drive to remember it better. Right now it feels like I could never forget any experience, but it's been such ...
I was halfway into a very detailed message/entry on here and our tablet shut down and didn't save any of it :(
So long story short. Breakfast was ham, pepper, and onion omelettes, a fried banana pancake type thing, cantaloupe, and bread and of course our delicious juice. We spent the morning working really hard hauling concrete by hand in buckets into the house to pour the floors for the bedrooms. It was hot, sweaty, ...
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