Hotel Los Olivos
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Not sure what will be for lunch since it is the whole family here. It looked like some chicken was the meat. Which I'm a-okay with (as long as it isn't the mystery chicken/meat that I had the other day! haha!)
After lunch, I plan on working on my homework. I have to copy down some of the verb tenses in a more organized manner (pretty much just for my own benefit.) and write three essays. I know that this will help, but I ...
San Pedro LL is a small village, which sits at the foot of the volcano San Pedro on the shores of Lake Atitlan. I got my favorite view of the lake every morning, as we headed up the stairs to the dining room. The sunlight poured onto the lake, making the blue look bluer than ever. The mist made the mountains and volcanoes, which surrounded the lake, look blue as well (reminded me of the ...
San Pedro is like Mecca for hippies. I watched several barefooted hippies walk through dog ****. Seriously, put on shoes. That said, San Pedro is a cool little town with narrow winding streets and beautiful lake views. I spent my first 4 days there with a combo head cold/stomach illness; not super fun.
... be a little more accuarate and you don't start to get twitchy when the bus still hasn't turned up forty minutes later. However it finally turned up and unfortunately for me, there only were about three seats left in the minivan. Of course any with a bit of leg room had already been snapped up. I managed to wedge myself in beside a skinny local lad near the back.
Now I have a theory here - the skinnier the person you are seated beside, the more room they seem ...
... hostels have to pay these guys a few quetzales if they bring someone to the hostel as they sit there and tell travellers who don't have bookings the hostels who don't pay them have no room and are all booked out. So by paying them each time, it keeps them from saying Mullet's is booked out. Obviously, the guy working isn't impressed when we say he walked us about 20m from where the bus dropped us but forks out some cash to keep him happy. Mr Mullet's is ...