Hotel Los Olivos
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- Drycleaning onsite
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... she was basically pulling me up the mountain. It was super kind of her. They went their own way, and we continued upward.
The trail offered many great views of the cities around, which I got some pictures of that are posted with this post. However, when we got a ways up, our guide didn't really know which way we needed to go. Needless to say, we didn't go the right way. So we climbed and climbed and climbed, just to have to turn around. ...
... font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 15px; line-height: normal;">It could well be the most beautiful lake in the world. Three volcanoes (and one baby!) hang out here, often with a hat of cloud on their heads. Although the volcanoes are dormant, there are still active steam vents underwater. It's also unique in that you find tropical plants mixed with more cold varieties. The shape of the lake also causes weird ...
... that, but it was quickly pointed out that there was virtually no chance of me being able to fit into the one remaining seat in the back of the van between two large French lads. Everyone gave him a look which made it fairly obvious that they were waiting for him to shift. My Spanglais explained I was too big and he was basically a short ****.
He did the decent thing and I forgave his yoga contortions.
Not sure if the French guys at the back of the ...
... and then bed! We woke the following day to the most perfect weather (which double luck would have it would have meant we wouldn't have been able to paraglide). First stop for the day was the local bakery cafe that had come highly recommended, and we were far from disappointed. The bread and croissants were delicious, and we seriously had the most amazing bacon we've ever eaten (huge coming from obsessive bacon lover and critique Keith, and then me who could take it or leave ...
... we had paid the money and signed the receipt. The shuttle bus to Guatemala would detour via Antigua (probably hooking up with other agencies with passengers bound for Guatemala from there!) He said that we still had plenty of time and in case there were enough people to go direct to the capital, a separate shuttle would be arranged for. This sounded hollow to us and we were also troubled that he waited till the payment was made ...