Laguna Lodge Eco-Resort & Nature Reserve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
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... for another book and return it to where it had come from. It gave me a strange sense of pleasure to have completed the circle, as it were. It’s the small things.
The next day saw me going off for a wander around Santa Tecla where Corinne and Matt live. I had done this a few times but it had generally been to run some errand or another which normally led me to the mall. For example one day I had to go to the post office. This was the first time I had been off on my ...
Today we had 8 hour bus journey ahead. Which would take all day. We have growing concerns of how little time we have to enjoy Central America, but hopefully it will all work out. We left at 8am but after rounding everyone up from various hotels it was more like 9am. Leaving my beloved hat behind. We paid 75 quetzals for the bus, the cheap option as the 95Q had been filled. It was a standard minibus but very ...
... tab rapidly. This means 2 of us had to ask Cassie (our English friend) to pay for us and then pay her back when we get into Antigua. Note to Lanquin: get an ATM My little group decided to do the tubing day on our first day. Although it's called "tubing" the main activity is definitely drinking. Everyone loads up on beers and vodka and sets off down the river in the sun and has an awesome day "looking at the sights". This trip was awesome but I was cooked ...
... the loooong way down to the lake( another reason to think about the necessity of conserving ones energy!) my bathroom is made of earth bags as a foundation, and limestoned to finish the base. It has a rock wall made of small rocks in the shower area and bamboo wall on the side, the forth wall is partial and open to the view of the lake, with strategically placed ferns palms and fronds to hide any onlookers( I don't think that's possible unless you're in a boat on ...
... we had tuna sandwiches again). After some more artsy fartsy shots we head out and were lucky enough to spot an employee of the hostel to hitch a ride back with (otherwise we would have had to wait 2 hours for the rest of the tour to finish).
We chilled for the afternoon – me having a café con leche while Hinesh took a siesta. Then once the lights came on around 6pm we did the dreaded packing of the back packs again ready for the last stop in Guatemala. El Remate here we ...