La Ballena Azul Hotel
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After living like a homeless in the forest and using same clothes for a couple of days we felt we just wanna relax and swim in the ocean. Even though we been told that Taganga isn't really anything to see or do that was the closest village with beach so we went there. Was suppose to stay only 1-3 days. But after all we stayed almost 2 weeks!
Now you might wonder what did we do? Well.. Nothing! Haha.
We were just soooo lazy. Waking up, relax by the swimingpool for one hour, ...
... not sure whether it wants to embrace tourism or not.
On Friday 5th, we did the rounds of the local PADI accredited dive shops. Jayna wanted to do her open water PADI, and Ken wanted some fun dives. We went to five shops to compare what was on offer, and settled on the last. Jayna would start her PADI on Monday 8th, finishing on Wednesday 10th, while Ken would do two fun dives on Monday 8th, followed by an advanced scuba course on Tuesday 9th ...
... br> I left the lake in a gang. There were seven of us, and we walked the earth with the powers that Atitlan had vested in us. We had love, light and laughter as our constant companions. We brought it with us and spread it gently over the land. First stop was Semuc Champey. Coming from Africa, I am used to the beauty of nature; mountains, lakes, rivers, waterfalls, and forests surround my home in the Garden Route, on the Southern Coast of South Africa. I am not one of ...
... party had carried on down to Jungle Town, Ross achieved sit-down-before-you-fall-down levels of drunkeness giving me the fun task of manoeuvring him around the campfire that he seemed constantly drawn to. Alcohol - 1, Abstinence-0. To avoid a repeat performance we busied ourselves the following day by going on a mountain biking trip with Fabi, the hostels resident adventure monkey, a total ball of energy. We spent the day cycling some pretty technical tracks around Minca with some ...
... corral, shoals of tiny fishes, plus bigger fish. The streets of Taganga are largely unpaved, and the houses look very poor. But sometimes they conceal hidden gems. A friend took me to a reggae bar, and they had a very beautiful courtyard, which was impossible to tell from the road. It was a pity I could only stay one night though, as my friend was playing a concert a couple of nights ...