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... the following morning with a projected pick-up at 7am. I say projected, but these things tend to mean 'proposed' or 'somewhere in that region' in a very, very loose sense. I made sure the backpack was ready to go (as much as I could the night before) and hit the sack. Lauren who had been travelling herself that day had also turned in early which did me a favour as it's a bit of a backpacker's nightmare if you share a room with others who believe they have a devine right to ...
... at the front of the kayak, but notice despite the effort, I don't think I am going anywhere. I look out and see a boat heading my way and think finally, only to be let down when I notice it was just a passenger boat. They slow down and ask if I am ok and I tell them Purto had gone for help. The boat driver gets on his mobile, speaks frantically for a few seconds then gives me the thumbs up and heads off. Cheers mate haha A minute or two later, another boat comes into ...
... hotels, restaurants, souvenir shops and tour operators. It is not a bad thing to have tourists swarming a town as this inevitably leads to an eclectic choice of eateries and a couple of them are bound to be vegetarian friendly. We discovered an Indonesian restaurant and got some respite from an overload of tacos and frijoles (beans) with some tasty nasi goreng!
Several different cultures mingle on Pana's streets. Ladinos (people of ...
Was hoping to see kina's brother but didn't so I went to pool where they have smokin joes BBQ and sat and did my homework in the sun - was so nice! Managed to milk just ordering a strawberry liquado for almost 3 hours. Had a beer with bernie then went back to homestay for lunch as paid for it may as well have it but BBQ looked so good! Was planning to eat later but went back to meet bernie but he wanted to ...
... front of them, so it often happened to us that we got squeezed by someone or something. However, we found it funny as it was a part of the local experience. You can buy everything in this market: music, books, machetes, beads, embroidered blouses, clothes, shoes, fruits, vegetables, nuts, meat, chicken, hot food etc.
From Solola we caught a chicken bus back to Panajachel (Q3 per person). We thought we still had enough time to visit Santiago Atitlan, home to Maximon (or so ...