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Eigentlich wollten wir von Coban aus quer durchs Inland nach Quetzaltenango fahren. Davon hat man uns aber nachdrücklich abgeraten. Wir sind daher erst einmal nach Guatemala City gefahren und von dort aus dann auf der Panamerikana nach Quetzaltenango. Das war zwar erheblich weiter, aber die Panamericana ist in Guatemala zum größten Teil vierspurig …
... your mind to it. :). The other amazing thing so far is the food- refried beans, tortillas, plantains, mangos... All super super tasty. Definitely think i shall be bringing back some tasty food ideas when i return. And lastly, it is VERY VERY RAINY. Which isn't too odd for rainy season, but it apparently is still quite unusual for it to be raining constantly for 24 hours! Cue purchase of umbrella- i predict I'll get through quite a few of ...
... of hummus and felafel pita rolls. We grew to love our life on the lake, simple and stress free (apart from the stresses of school and our own frustrations). I certainly enjojyed the lake and views from the school classes and the home which had amazing hillside views of the lake. The lake is so interesting in that it mhas risen some 10 metres swamping the low lying buildings so it is like a mini Venice in some places with hotels under water and eerie in appearance.We loved ...
... cafe. The guy even knew of Finland being one the biggest coffee consumers in the world. There was no way we could resist tasting the coffee afterwards either, when the beans travelled 4 metres from the roaster to the grinder, it couldn't get fresher. It was delicious too but surprisingly most Guatemalans just drink Nescafe Instant. Lots of them don't have the machines/filters to make it at home, and they want their coffee quick.
... by tourists in large tour groups because they can’t seemingly walk round a small town without a guide holding their hand (ahem, Antigua). The tourists that were there, were around to either learn Spanish, or like myself climb some of the volcanoes in the surrounding area.
I immediately booked on a tour to go up to the highest point in Central America, up Volcan Tajmulco. Usually I’m not in so much of a rush to book on tours but the company ...
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