Real InterContinental Guatemala
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... the ground), cigarettes, or of course, money.
Anyway, I breakfasted, blogged, read, did crossword puzzles in a hammock (come highly recommended), lunched (a backpacker hamburger) and loaded up with supplies for tomorrow`s epic bus journey and breakfast (a whole mini banana cake, 3 bananas, one shrimp noodles and a pack of cookies). This was a very cheap shopping adventure as was my dinner at a taco place nearby the hotel. The chicken tacos cost a mere Q12. Perhaps ...
... but other than that it's a very nice place to while away a few days in Guatemala. And, to be fair to the hostel, I am sitting on the rooftop with a beer looking out over at least three volcanos - one of which is looking slightly active! - whilst writing this.
What we did
After walking around with our bags trying to fnd somewhere to stay that suited our budget and didn't have rooms that looked like prison cells ...
... probably would have been better to do fewer hours over a longer period, but we don't have the luxury of more time, so we wanted to cram as much in as possible. We are both exhausted at the end of the day. Mel has been to the local gym a few times, I haven't, yet.
I feel like we are finally getting somewhere with the language now. Yesterday we wandered the town looking to book a shuttle to our next destination and then on to the airport on 26th December. We managed to get ...
... the past, people would bring their loved ones' favourite food as an offering, but now it is more common for families to return to their home and prepare a salad dish called "fiambre" which may consist of up to 50 different foods. Students from our school took a trip to an indigenous village called Santiago. It was one of those experiences that you see on travel shows where they show the culture, food, traditional dress and customs of a country. The celebration had it all! The ...
... Day so the streets and buildings were covered with flags and the plaza was being set up for a big day/night. We had to go buy our bus ticket for that night and upon walking to the bus terminal a middle aged man came up to us and started up a convo while walking. He seemed nice enough but we were still cautious and he came all the way to the bus station and started walking back to the city with us reassuring us he wasn't after our money. When we said we were heading in ...