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... took the opportunity to board another ferry from a different dock, this one surrounded by the submerged remains of restaurants and hotels, to the large town of Santiago, south of San Pedro. We had come here to find a Mayan deity that is worshipped as Maximón by Mayans and accepted as San Simón by Catholics. However, in reality it comprises a small piece of 2×4 carved into a face and neck that is dressed in a hat and jacket, is given a constant string ...
... to become leaders in their homes, their communities, and of the Mayan tradition. The cooperative provides literacy and leadership opportunities for the women. These opportunities include helping women to learn how to read and write, and allowing them full-time management options in the Association.
"We say good bye to some of our Quetzals and to the lovely, strong women weavers and head to our final stop, Fundacion Familia Maya. Vivian has purchased 6 ...
... least three nights.
I had been informed that San Marcos is a bit of a laid back place. Very mellow. The sort of place that if it is anymore laid back, it would fall over backwards. Noticeboards were plastered with massage courses and new age therapies with every variety of yoga available to your hearts content. I should report that there was a distinct absence of flares and kipper ties though.
However I was glad to see that apart from the usual ...
... Of course, if you strike it really unlucky and end up beside some haystack, you know things will be a bit of a squeeze. The thing is with the obese, they tend to have the good grace to travel by some other means, as otherwise it is probably a bit uncomfortable for them.
Which leads to my second theory - you rarely come across fat backpackers. Honestly, not making a joke here. I'm guessing down to the nature of the backpacking experience where you tend to do a ...
... snacks, but it was a few hours earlier, so Leesh lets them know we are heading back in an hour or so after dinner. We start walking back and having a jumper on is much more comfortable. Leesh has her thermals on as well and as usual, is still feeling the pinch of the wind. So we find a street vendor bbqing up beef, chicken and chorizo sandwiches or burrito so we each down one, and it was the tastiest meat we had to date there. Could have easily had another few of those ...