Las Farolas Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... with water. Jecca and I sat far away to watch the little ones chase the flying plastic and retrieve them like they were trophies. The also seemed to enjoy the endless showers.
After a couple hours we ALL trudged back to the school and had a ceremony where Randy gave out certificates for the kids and teachers. I said my goodbyes, gave hugs and added ppl on fb. ;)
I'll be back next ...
... schools and many remain here for weeks learning the language; although this is a nice location I think the homestay/learning deals in Xela are cheaper.
SEMUC CHAMPEY: Here I have to agree with travel guides describing this as ‘the most beautiful place in Guatemala’. Semuc Champey is a collection of a row of linked pools atop a natural limestone bridge in the lush jungles of Guatemala. Crystal clear, cool water flows in a stepped series from pool to pool, beautiful ...
... physical stuff. The aim is to at least have some sort of baseline fitness so I'm not starting completely from zero. Although I've lost a considerable amount of weight, I'd judge that my fat percentage is higher than when I went away. Whilst I can't do a lot about my diet (and don't want to, I am still on holiday after all), I can get on the fitness. Whilst interval running is out of the question in this town, I did crack on with ...
... of the use of jadeite
by the Maya and pre-Mayan inhabitants of Central America. It also houses the 'rock'- a major hunk of jade that's her retirement nest-egg. I contribute to the cause and buy a dark jade heart and silver necklace.Many of us take the short walk back to the hotel. I detour to the little deli to buy more wine plus cheese and crackers. Gotta keep the bar stocked! Another big turn out for pre-dinner drinks and snacks. Wendy's Bar is a hit!
If I thought yesterday was bad, ha! Today was easily ten times worse. I ended up giving up trying to sleep at about 5 am and dragged my sleeping bag to the top of the crater to wait for the su to make its curtain call. Getting to the top of the crater was SO HARD!!! After a night of not being able to breath properly, I could hardly make it to the edge. But I did and I experienced the most magical sun rise of my life. For about ten ...