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... Street. Ash and I got a frappe and some nachos at the cutest little random place on a hill in the bush. We played cards and chatted. Then moved onto the next village, jumped back in a boat. While we were eating for the boat we met 2 little boys! They loved us and became our best friends. We videoed them running and jumping on the pier and they tried on my sunnies and stuff. So cute! They were asking for kisses and wouldn't ...
... a volcano hike with a few other backpackers from Germany, France, and Belgium. The hike was unimpressive because we only got to go to the base of the volcano but we still got to roast marshmallows over the earths heat. After exploring Antigua for a few days, I took a hair raising bus ride down some of the steepest hills I've ever seen to lake Atilitan. Being a tourist hub, I met people from all over the globe and even a few fellow Canadians. Taking a short boat ride over to ...
Not sure what will be for lunch since it is the whole family here. It looked like some chicken was the meat. Which I'm a-okay with (as long as it isn't the mystery chicken/meat that I had the other day! haha!)
After lunch, I plan on working on my homework. I have to copy down some of the verb tenses in a more organized manner (pretty much just for my own benefit.) and write three essays. I know that this will help, but I ...
... was there and built their church on top. Now the Mayan priests have altars in the church and make offerings, white things for purity, and red things for blood and sacrifice, candles are burned too. At the new Mayan Altar at the base of the steps incense is burnt. Next was a woodcarver who also had Maximon (pronounced Mash i mon) in his house. The effigy looked quite spanish and our guide gave him an offering of a cigarette to smoke, because this god ...
... cowboy hat. By the time we get there the market is busy, we have a look around and dodge the tuk tuks that try to battle through the people, and even have to get out of the way of a chicken bus that is even less likely to get through the narrow streets. My stomach had been turning walking to the market, I assumed from hunger so after the market we head back to town and visit Peter's cafe for breakfast. It's a vegetarian cafe, so I end up having ...
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