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... your looking for... cuz other than a lot of yoga, meditation, and juice bars there wasn't much of anything else going on.
San Juan was the town you escape to when you get tired of being around all the Gringos. This town isn't ready to get on board with tourism quite yet. It's all locals here and that's the way they like it.
Yesterday I said goodbye to my Spanish School, teacher, and friends I made over the last 3 weeks. I ...
... businesses their invested in... total corruption here. There is an election coming up on Sunday and they really pray for a non corrupt President, but time will tell.
Dellia, my Spanish teacher, told me today that she saw a US show on TV (I think it was House Hunters the way she described it to me) and she just kept shaking her head at me. She could not believe the houses she saw and that people would say they were bad or ugly. To ...
... no one speaks English and it is total immersion. I think they might of been a bit 'churchy' though cause when we hit a pot hole and I yelled "Oh Jesus" they kinda gave me a dirty look. HA!
When we were at the mini store I asked how much longer it would be and the guy told me only another half hour. Oh! This ride wasn't too bad at all. Until 30 minutes turned into 2 hours. We were in the mountains - deep in the mountains - and high - like in ...
... water pools, steam baths, and numerous treatments using natural ingredients from the land there. It was simply amazing. The locals tell me that the waters have healing properties and you'll find many people at the spa using the pools to cure different ailments.
I went to a coffee farm! Well, me, four guys from Ireland, and two from Mexico went to a coffee resort - Filadelfia. It was interesting but even more interesting ...
... pagare. Il posto Magico, come si puó vedere, dopo una scalata, praticamente al buio con terreno altamente scivoloso. Particolare simpatico é stato pagare per forza il proprietario della terra che abbiamo percorso, dopo trattative a dir poco buffe. La cifra é stata di 10 Quetzales, niente in realtá paragonata ai 100 che hanno pagato il resto della popolazione turistica, e c'é stato tutto. Anche perché siamo finiti a casa del proprietario del terreno,Pedro, che c'ha offerto una piú o meno ...