Hotel San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... man at the counter very helpful in explaining the difference between the ‘upstairs’ and ‘downstairs’ seats and the cost of the tickets. Luckily for us one of the ‘Maya de Oro’ buses similar to the one that runs to Peten was parked right outside and he invited us to go in and take a look.
Satisfied this was not going to be a night bus from hell (the seats looked like business class seats at the front ...
... and began our ascent in the dark. Acatenango is one of the largest volcanoes in Guatemala with a height of 3976m, its neighbouring volcano Volcán de Fuego is still erupting. It was cold and windy and the path was broken gravel that slipped as you tried to move forwards. 1 hour into the climb I had was not feeling well and suspected that I too was getting ill. I had no energy but still carried on slowly making our way up. As we climbed up we took ...
... That's all I have to report for the moment, folks. I'm very tired and ready to put my feet in the pool for a few minutes. Tomorrow we get a tour of the campus and the various ministries. Your prayers for us are much appreciated! I will check in again tomorrow :)
Shoot! I just realized I left my SD card reader in my room, I will post pictures in a bit if I can get wi-fi up in the room, or I will post them on this page when I write tomorrow's blog.
... to visit. These local villages had all sorts of stuff to sell and we picked up a nice painting off a local lady that took her a month to complete. We also learnt how to spin cotton and read the Aztec number system. Useful life skills.
A short boat ride across the lake to see a different community and we were again graced with ...
... they announced that the maintenance crew was checking something out about the reverse thrusters. This sounded ominous. Sure enough, he came back in 5 minutes and said there was a problem with the reverse thrusters, and we definitely needed them to land in Guatemala City. We were going to have to change planes.
We got off that plane and went down 3 gates to where another plane was waiting for us. This one had a tentative departure time of ...