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... bicycle tuktuk, where the poor guy pedalled us all the way to Big Foot hostel, a really cool traveller hostel right in town. We got amazing pizza for dinner and then came back to the hostel bar to have a couple of drinks. These couple of drinks turned into many mojitos with some Scottish guys we met, and we headed out to see the nightlife that Leon had to offer. Albeit, it wasn't much. But we had more mojitos and tequila and then went to bed ratherrrr ...
We then jumped on a ferry to San Marco to
visit what Lonely Planet calls the prettiest village around the lake. We
endured the 20 – 30 min ride then hopped off to find a place to eat lunch. We
grabbed fried chicken (Hinesh) and a cheeseburger (me) at a little restaurant.
The little niño that must have been the owner’s son or grandson kept coming
over to show us how he put on his hats J We
then spent some photog time ...
... the lake to the village of San Marcos, this place is known for its holistic centers, yoga spots and all round hippie feel. This weekend there was a Festival of Consciousness. The name truly frightened me as I imagined rainbow-loving, weed-smoking naked hippies running around, but luckily it wasn't half as bad as I thought. I had a lovely pizza lunch with a friend I met in Antigua and some of his new friends, who were all at the same level of weariness of the ...
... Stupid Gringos! What the heck are they going to do with this useless piece of land?!?!"
Turn it into a food forest paradise overlooking a majestic lake and attract countless high frequency individuals looking to better themselves. That's what.
San Marcos is filled with hippies: old hippies, young hippies, dirty hippies, clean hippies, poor hippies, and rich hippies. I met new age gypsies planning to sail from Panama to Indonesia and pirates who ...
... shops of Pana daily in order to get as much use as possible out of this giant multi-coloured bag I bought just for that purpose”. Typically they are not interested in the party scene, are often self-employed, family-oriented and mainly intent on procreating as giddily often as the laws of nature will allow.
There are a lot of expats in San Pedro, also known as Atitlán’s backpacker central. So there are a number ...