Hotel Maria Elena
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The WIFII didn't work, but the rest is really nice!
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... a few hours, feeling like I'm going to be sick until finally I rush to the bathroom and throw up more than I think I have done in my life! I hoped that after being sick I would feel better, and whilst the worst of the stomach cramps had gone I still felt ill. We wandered into town though to get Kirsty something to eat. Kirsty found a restaurant that did take away pizza that we could take back to the hotel. As we were waiting in the restaurant seating area ...
... lowrise, most of the buildings are one or two storeys high. It has more barbed wire per square metre than a world war one trench and more iron window bars than wormwood scrubs. There's a hint of the wild west with the number of guns on show, most places have armed guards, even schools. We eventually found our way out and continued on our way to Antigua. Here we connected with another shuttle, literally straight away, out of one van, grab our bag off the roof, throw it ...
... recounted a lot of history of the region. She explained how tourists ended up acquiring all the land by the dock to set up businesses. She also expressed her dislike for people bringing drugs to the area.
- How do you define “natives” and “visitors” though? Could the natives not have been visitors at some point of time?
- I ...
... send the volunteers over from where she works in Guatemala) and pretend to be the volunteers and see how the programme ran.
We drove a few hours down the coast to Los Cobanos and the eco centre where we had our first stop. They gave us a tour of the visitor centre and told us all about the turtles and how they were working to help them survive. Or at least that’s what I think they were saying. It was all in Spanish and I wasn’t quite up to speed at this ...
After a three hour hair raising bus bus journey with impressive views we arrived at San Pedro La Laguna set on Lago de Atitlan. We stayed at a hostel named Mr Mullet, Reuben wouldn't take one for the team and get a mullet haircut in return for free stuff!! Let's kayak the lake!! After previous experiences in Asia this had the potential to be absolutely hilarious, however somehow Hil and I ...