Hotel Maria Elena
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The WIFII didn't work, but the rest is really nice!
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... really polluted and dusty and the highway is a one-lane slog-fest. Took ages to get through but once you are the countryside is lovely. We started to see groups of children by the side of the road, waving at the passing cars. The further we went the more kids there were. Hundreds and hundreds of them. Every so often we saw a car stop and the nearby children would flock to it. Our driver spoke no English so I had to wait until later when ...
... the hostel had been pretty much booked out we were wondering where everyone was! A Canadian girl called Crystal sat on out table, she has been drinking since about 9am but she also told us how her friend had been held at gunpoint the night before. Saying that, she was walking the streets on her own in the early hours. There's a huge police and security presence in Guatemala, so as long as were careful we should be ok! After a few hours we headed to a bar down the ...
... girls didn't really seem keen to talk to him. Kristen and Will finally showed just before 10 when I was about to leave as I felt knackered but then felt had to stay longer. Ended up seeing couple people not seem for a while - Robin who was working at hostel in San cristobal and can't remember her name - Josephine? Who I met in Oaxaca and San cristobal - but she was definitely more excited to see Will than me! Also saw San Marcos guy. Walked back with Kim. Again didn't do my ...
... a great experience which shouldnīt be missed by any backpacker.
We arrived in Panajachel at about 10.30 and started to walk towards the pier from where passenger boats leave for San Pedro La Laguna. As usual, Gonzalo wanted to reach the pier before me because we knew that they were openly applying different prices on locals and foreigners. Unfortunately they didnīt confuse him and he was identified as a foreigner right away. Well, there wasnīt even a slight chance I could ...
... pools, Jason started to get nervous about the small fish that were nipping at his feet so our time in the pools ended and we headed back to the hostel.
The restaurant and lobby of the hostel are also open air and have a great view of the rushing river below. Our lunch was tasty and filling and we enjoyed sitting and watching the river. There were some brave local children jumping into the river and climbing out over and over again. There were also some people on a ...