Hotel Maria Elena
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The WIFII didn't work, but the rest is really nice!
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... NO ENGLISH) which helps our studies immensely.
We have been here 5 days and have attended our 4 hour classes on Thurs and Fri, one evening conversation group, one salsa dance session, toured a coffee bean processing plant here in San Pedro (organic, sustainable) , viewed a Catholic pre-Easter procession traveled by boat to a town across the lake to meet the friend of a friend from Truckee! ...
After changing to a cheaper hostel I got on with admin. First up was a phone call to unblock my credit card, which for 15minutes ended up costing me $12. It's all turned into quite the cluster****. I followed that up with a strongly worded letter of complaint. After some awesome pancakes I then cracked on with booking a flight home. It's from Havana on the 14th May, via Moscow for £330. When I guesstimated a time frame of the stuff I wanted to do I come ...
... and 2nd class buses. 2nd class please, I'm more than happy to save serious dinerio and "slum" it with the locals. Whenever it's safe of course!
We were dropped on a street, and not a bus terminal where there were a string of chicken buses. They tried Gringo Taxing us for Q60, but we got it for the regular price of Q40 ($5). Our destination is San Pedro La Laguana, a little town on the edge of Lago de Atitlan. Despite being a ...
You accepted to check our mail every week.
You offered to check on our car and home regularly.
You took us to Atlanta airport and gave a nice farewell.
You picked us up in Guatemala, hosted us, and helped us to get acclimated.
You treated us to breakfast / lunch / dinner.
You provided generous monetary gifts.
You hosted us in Atlanta ahead of our departure.
... saying the post office! The post office! And like this we went round in circles until I thought to show him my book. But I had missed off the magic word - post. He was a bit cross with me. “La oficina DE CORREOS! DE CORREOS” he said jabbing at the pages of my book and shaking his head. Silly English girl. Ha. Once in the post office it didn’t get any easier, but at least the ladies in there thought I was funny. It took a while, and lots of giggling and gesturing, ...