Hotel Maria Elena
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The WIFII didn't work, but the rest is really nice!
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... me lots of questions about my home and work. He wants to go to college so he can get a good job and travel like me. I sure hope he gets to do that too.
Next week I will be chillin on the beach, reading books, and studying my Spanish notes. I definitely can speak more Spanish than what I started with but no where near where I want to be. So it looks like I'll be looking for a Spanish School in Nicaragua.
Till next week...
... week here and helping support the people of San Pedro. My 3 week tuition could probably sustain a family here for almost a year. And the school I go to puts the funds back into the community with houses and schools.
So San Pedro and I are back on good terms. My Spanish is improving but I have a really long ways to go. After here I may continue my studies in Nicaragua... or I might just lie on the beach... we'll see.
... narrowly missing other cars, easing the van over the huge holes in the road. Thank God for the "Oh ****" handles. I white knuckled it the last hour of the trip. Then we came to a clearing. " Hey Everyone! Check out Lake Atitlan" our driver yelled at us. We all leaned to the side of the van eager to catch our first glimpse of the "most beautiful lake in the world". As we all started to dig into our bags to grab our cameras... Eeeeeerrrrkkkk... we were ...
... catastrophe also created the mushrooms-like springing up of several volcanoes around the lakes territory,making this magnificent place one must see for whoever visits Guatemala.
One of the best notes has been meeting up with my new friends Nahuel and Claire,met in the last frustrating project in Mexico.Apart from trying and sell our handcrafts,which really didn't happened because of bad weather mainly and also for the pleasure of enjoying each other's company outside of ...
... that, I'm not driving on there"! Yet the minibus does this twice a day. It took about an hour and a half to get to the top of the mountain pass and a similar time to get down the otherside to the small town of Lanquin. We were bounced, shook, flung and ricocheted around inside the minibus, not by speed, just the size of the rocks protruding from the road and the caves that p**************s out here. We pass through many small Mayan ...