Hotel San Carlos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Location of Jess: Sat in a the door way of a chicken bus as we head back to the city after an incredible weekend in Quiche!! (hahaha yeah I still laugh at the state named quiche!) Not many 18 year old travellers can say they've spent the weekend learning the Mayan culture and actually literally experiencing it! We met at the ACJ at 7am on Saturday morning - you can probably guess that we were all half dead! We loaded the chicken bus up and an organisation called ...
... amazing and so friendly! THEN we went to the local club - not so great for anyone who suffers with chlostraphobia or serious sweating problems - but omg so much fun!! Came home and headed up to the roof - a perfect way to end the perfect day! Hard work starts next week but the idea of having every weekend off is amazing - the host family are even taking us on holiday to a beach house - I'm so in love with this - best get working on that beach body... Peace and love kids ...
... Gilly into it but he was wise to it and just completely ignored me the miserable crab. To be polite I asked him what sports he liked. That led to 20mins on the rules of ice hockey. It was painful. That night Heiner and Thorben came up to zephyr and drank with us. If you're a lad and you ever meet these two in the street you should definitely go for a beer with them. If you're a girl however, I would swiftly turn on my heels, pin your ears back and run as fast and as far away ...
... out to check out Cayala. This brand new area, built with a very southern European character on a hill overlooking the city is probably the richest part of the country, while just 2km away from there are some of the poorest slums in the country. There was a huge Christmas tree in the square and awesome views of the city scape. it was probably not the kind of place I would have gone to, but I appreciated that Dulce wanted to show the best side of the city. Instead ...
Last night was our first night in our new hotel, which is right across the street from our previous hotel that was booked up this weekend. The guy who runs this little hotel (about six rooms) is really nice and helpful, but last night was not fun. We have never stayed anywhere where the walls were as thin as they are here. When neighbours talk in their rooms, it sounds like we're all in the same room. Beside us was a group of three who came back to ...