Hotel Los Olivos
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... by picking you up from your accommodation and as I discovered later, deposited you at whatever address you wanted in Quetzaltenango.
One thing I have to clarify right now. From this point on, I shall refer to Quetzaltenango as Xela (pronounced as Shell-a). This is the local name for the town which is an abbreviation of the indigenous name. The other is a bit of a mouthful and my fingers are already getting tired typing it.
As it was, it was another ...
... a serious of knocks and was swallowing a lot of water. Lucky mum and dad put me through swimming lessons and I played water polo that I could manage to tread water strong enough in the conditions despite getting dragged down and swallowing water. I manage to regain composure and hold on to the kayak as tight as I can while I wonder what exactly could be lurking beneath me in the water. I try swimming the kayak towards shore as best I can by looping one arm through ...
... Lord) but there was enough Mayan touches like a prone Jesus dressed in Mayan robes, a couple of saints by the baptismal font dressed in Mayan robes and a very elaborate nativity scene requiring one to climb a few steps to get close to the main activity.
Video: Making tortillas
Back in Pana (Pop 15000, Elevation: 1600m) for a walk in the bright afternoon sun through Calle Santander, the main street with ...
... come from various surrounding villages to take advantage of the size of the crowds attending the market, hoping to either satisfy their needs or to sell some of their products. We could see many local women carrying the traditional Maya baskets on their heads. Especially the inside market was so packed with people, baskets, and food items and it was sometimes barely possible to move forward. Locals usually didn´t care and kept making further steps without noticing the queuing ...
... not have a boyfriend, my host dad declared the following as the 3 of us (him, Adrián and I) were eating dinner: "Que increíble, lo que el amor puede alcanzar." This roughly translates to: "It is so incredible what love can accomplish". Lol. To be fair to him though, he wasn't at all the only one who struggled to understand that we aren't a couple. ("But are you suuuuure he's not in love with you???). Anyway, it was sooo great to see him ...