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... is enough and to go away by everyone on our table, she began offering us money for someone to go home with her!! Finally escaping from the crazy lady we decided to leave, however we weren't safe on our walk home either. Just a few minutes later we were running down the road away from a fighting dog pack. Nine male dogs were following one poor female dog on heat, who we presumed was using us for protection. They would not leave us alone and ...
... Wednesday. She also said something about walking to a market tomorrow to have me practice using the subjunctive in real life situations. That could be interesting.
After classes were finished, there were three different street vendors selling their own hand made items. They were very persistent and hard to say no to. Needless to say, I bought something from each of them. You'll see them in ...
... is therefore a foodie, kept going on about how great the desserts were, so we ended up having dessert as well. We were completely bloated now! It was after 10pm now and we jumped into tuk tuk to take us to the hotel. At the hotel we were greeted by an old man who didn't speak English, he just merely showed us to a room, took our payment for the night and left us. We realised a short while later that he hadn't given us a door key, but were shattered so collapsed for the ...
... 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 ...