Hotel San Luis de la Sierra
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... riportare la buffa combriccola tra strade scoscese e fossi stile cratere, si ritorna all'ostello a festeggiare con una birrozza da un litro. Qlcn o qlcs vuole veramente che continui stó viaggio. Ancora non ci credo. La storia é molto piú lunga cmq, disponibile su richiesta personale ;) Adesso sono pronto per affrontare il lago Atitlan con camminate su vulcani e turismo a manetta. Ho bisogno di vendere il mio artigianato. Alla ...
... of the mist and one of them Santiaguito erupted plumes of smoke as we were watching. The altiplano is a huge plateau of desert like landscape interspersed with tree, shrubs, granite boulders and the odd farmer. It stretches a huge distance but is very remote with all of it being 3000m+. We walked along it for another 3.5kms to reach Chortiz at 9am. A local invited us in for eggs & tamales for breakfast. We sat in the sun until around 9.30am at ...
... road or a choice of 3 options! Es Directo must mean it's direct if you know which route to take! However we always managed to end up going in the right direction and then re-aligning using either our compass or the next farmer. Our evening stop was in a Posada (Think simple mountain lodge), attached to a local family’s house. It was a tiny village (Maybe 20 houses or so) with virtually no power. We wandered around talking to a few ...
... the centre of town. Nebaj is like being in the foothills of the Himalayas in Nepal, you don’t have the height as the surrounding range tops out at 3800m but it’s similar terrain. We spent the rest of the morning hiking around the edges of town and enjoying the countryside with one of the locals. We ended up in a small boggy footpath (This always seems to happen when I’m hiking with Zoe) and Zoe lost the shoe (momentarily) and almost went in head first. I ...
... the bus to become full, but as I mentioned full isn’t a word in the Guatemalan vocabulary, so no sooner have you set off with a full bus, you drive about 100 metres, then try shove another 40 fat women, each with a baby and a sack of tomatoes in to the point of ridiculousness.
Can’t you just have a bus station that everyone has to get to so at least you know where you stand, rather than thinking ohh this isn’t so bad…. ohhhhh wait a minute!