Suites La Hacienda
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... hill to errrr see the view my stupid competitive nature kicked in and I managed to jog this path each day until the weekend. I think I blew myself out early because it's now Monday night and I haven't run since Friday. Gooooo stew With very limited people in the hostel the past couple of days and very hot weather naturally we began attempting our best pool entries whilst trying to capture the moment on the multiple Gopro cameras we ...
... to the banks hoping he wouldn't spot a pair of eyes coming for us. After partying with Damo a couple of weeks ago my other friend Cassie came to the hostel and is rocking it out here for afew more days after she said she might stay for 3 nights...it's now night number 6. At one of the main beaches on a cliff edge there is an old abandoned house. Naturally a few of us wanted to find it and watch the sunset. So at about 6:30 we started walking ...
... We imported ourselves and Elephant in about 15 minutes with only the need to change about $30 into the local Quetzales with the handy (but expensive) money changer. On both sides the authorities had been a delight to deal with; helpful, friendly, cheerful. We decided it had been worth the effort to detour into the mountains.
The road from the border to our destination city of Huehuetenango (known henceforth as Huehue) is the CA-1, the legendary ...
... dolphins at play in the dawn light. Blessed are we that experience these natural wonders and despair all that we take for granted and the destruction we do.
Tony has now sold our camper. Yes, the beast has gone and farewell to another thing less to clean! But we had some fun too last year in Kino Bay and Playa de Cortes.
Leaving Guaymas was a mixed bag ,saying goodbye to old friends and new. We actually had two weeks of freezing ...
... and a cigar, I found friends and invitation to stay in Puebla anytime I could make. After hearing about the place and learning that half the place barely speaks Spanish, they in fact mostly speak German, I must say I am intrigued.
After a few days of surfing the easy waves near our pad and the lack of waves at Zicatela, I decided to make a solo journey to the so I heard uncrowded, rough town of Chacahua. The stories about ...