Hotel Restaurante Dulce y Salado
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... we said. “AND cooking and cleaning”.
“Happy travels”, he grunted, shaking his head warily, looking at us the way you look when you watch sword swallowers--some wonder, some disgust, some fear.
Sometimes we would tell people we’re sisters, which is obviously a lie, but it made them feel better.
Most of the time, we just told the truth. “We’re friends,” we would say ...
... dinner, I ask about tours into Semuc Champey. It's a whole day trip (9:30-5), you go through caves by candlelight, you visit the pools, the mirador...everything one should do while here. I'm in!! I'm off to bed, it's actually quite comfortable. I wake up at 630am. I remember breakfast is for 8am. I shower, shave and get ready for today's tour. We leave at 930~ish. Semuc Champey means either "water that disappears underground" or "optical illusion pools", I've heard ...
... one that's half blind and overweight and the sneaky little Chihuahua. Music is always playing in the bar, classic rock mainly, nothing too hardcore, nothing too sentimental. It's been easy, comfortable, a nice half Aussie, half Mexican oasis in Guatemala. But our time has come to move on, we've had four nights here which is a good length of time. So once again we pack up all our belongs and hop on a boat to take us to town. Here we are dropped at ...
... up against the window taking it all in. I must have looked funny because the locals kept waving and smiling at me as we drove past. Which I was only too happy to return. This was the start of my solo Central American adventure and I was excited!
We arrived in the dark and I found my hostel. It was called The Yellow House and Corrine and Matt had recommended it to me. It was lovely! I had a tiny little single room upstairs which was just big enough for a bed, a little table with ...
... came to our hotel and she immediately started to talk about a small inconvenience. She said that a certain part of the road close to Coban had been flooded by the nearby river, and therefore we would have to take an alternative route through Rio Dulce which is longer and more demanding on gas consumption. On top of that she asked us to pay Q50 more per person. Neither Gonzalo nor I liked the agency´s attitude. We knew about road conditions from the day before and ...
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