Hotel Santa Maria
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... makes a big difference. Brownie points to whoever thought of that one. So let's start at the top for this week: (Excuse the cheese guys; I'm in a very good mood) This week has been a week of CANS! My grandpa used to say there's no such thing as "cant's". A point that as an irritated 6 year old seemed very hard to dispute. This week I have been telling myself that over and over- and it's worked! (Thanks G'pa). I had a few goals in my head ...
... and we were on the way by 6.45am! They squeeze as many people on to these buses as they can and its quite the experience and the first leg of the trip only cost us 7 quetzals (about $1). We got to the first town and found the next bus and we were soon heading for the Guat-El Salv border. There is some sort of an agreement between Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua which makes crossing the border between these countries quite easy. We ...
... energy to sprint up there. While Carlos went to the top these two handsome guys suited me up with a harness. They were both pretty flustered and initially made the leg hole about 5 times too small for my leg to go through, and I made a joke about being a little more gorda than that which they thought was hysterical. They asked if I wanted to go alone or with someone, I can't imagine doing it alone, as it was I wasn't entirely sure how safe the set up ...
... thing today and even expressed an interest in learning to surf at some point. Im certainly done trying to learn here, but of there is somewhere more beginner friendly I'd be up for a go. We again spent the afternoon in true surfer style, slow calm and chilled, filling our afternoon chatting to others in our hostel, playing cards and drinking smoothies. It's a taxing lifestyle but someone needs to perpetuate the stereotype.
... said, we spent the days in very hectic fashion eating, swimming and attempting to surf, hiring a board out for $5 per day taking it in turns.
I think it only fair to say that we were both just about to master the art of surfing, even considering joining the pro tour, when nature halted our freakish advancement. The earthquake that hit Guatemala had effects down the coast where we were, and to say that the surf got big is an ...