Hotel San Luis de la Sierra
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... 10hrs of walking) however we found out we had ended up going past Todos Santos and coming down the wrong side of the plateau and we would need to get a lift around the plateau to the now mythical town of Todos Santos. We passed a local sitting next to a car and she said we could have a lift but they had locked their keys in the car so couldn’t go anywhere. Jarren skilfully used a coat hanger to lift the key out of the ignition after we had got the ...
... and relaxed. We crawled up the other side using all our energy to reach el Perecon at 3pm. Unfortunately there was nowhere to stay so we had to try and walk another 1hrs (The reality was more like 3hrs) to St Nicholas where we were assured that there was a Posada. We got halfway by 4.30pm and were too exhausted to carry on as we had been going for over 12hrs with large packs. Luckily a local family in Shelom took pity on us and said we could stay ...
... were waiting which may have I was in heaven as I sat on the rim of the cage at the back and held on for dear life. The views were amazing and it felt like being on a fairground ride or a motor bike as we flew around the corners in the breeze. I looked like I jumped out of a plane and fell in a hedge when I finished but it was so much fun. The best bit of all was the police were lovely they didn’t ask for money and just smiled and wished us on our way after dropping us ...
... week, I ruled out the amazing lake and other park with waterfalls and hot springs, to instead go to 'civilisation’… Or at least travel as much as I could that day in order to reach it.
So I reached the bus terminal to the usual hordes of shouting men, trying to urge me to go to somewhere I don’t want to go, unnecessarily working at 500mph, only for you to get on the bus and then sit there for an hour waiting for something to happen. Usually they’re ...
... suppliers, not much better looking but the amazingly friendly welcome of a mammy and her four kids drew us right in. Little did we know how hard it would be to leave and how much those kids would impact us.
That afternoon we hung about town, another small village with loads of people coming and going but little else going on.
We sat in the main square and watched Ixil life take place. The girls in school uniforms that incorporate the traditional dress. The ...