Lomas de Tzununa
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... I say the reception area and restaurant are at lake level. The cabins are numbered going up the hill. I'm number 4, I pass the bathrooms for the restaurant, the yoga studio, the relaxation area( hammock time!), the reused dugout canoe swing, the foot path to Jabalita or to Santa Cruz, the dormitory cabin, cabins 1, then the sauna, then cabin 2/3 the second larger cabin and finally mine! There are 3 more further up the hill, but I am winded after passing the swing, so ...
... covered watermelon with a range of different toppings and experimented with the "mixto" which has grapes, strawberries, pine apple and cherries all on one stick. I plan on opening a similar store some day, this store will also sell fruit filled with alcohol (I have it all figured out). My Spanish is a lot better even though my exam today wasn't great but I can have flowing convos with people now which is a lot more fun. I am very glad I started my trip ...
... before going for a walk to Jaibalito. I triple checked with the
reception to see if it was safe as Lonely Planet talks of lovely things such as
muggings around this area. They gave us the green light on this walk so we
began the 40 min walk along the docks. The path changed from a sandy path, to
rickety wooden bridges, to rocks to climb to sandy roads dotted with rotting
fruit. Poor Hinesh’s thongs / flip flops gave way about 15 mins into the walk ...
... they often describe people by their physical characteristics). If there were a person of African descent in our group, they would call him, negro.
From my time in Costa Rica, I discovered that Costa Ricans are racist towards Nicaraguans. I was curious if Guatemalans were racist towards a particular group. In fact, they are. They are mostly racist towards Mexicans (for reasons related to land, sports and drug trafficking) and El Salvadorians. ...
... eat sushi, German baked goods or falafel). I was glad that the town still retained its Latin American feel.
Vendors sold grilled elote, pipas and street meat on the calles. A endless sea of Mayan textiles could be seen from all directions and vendors would relentlessly harass the tourists to buy them. I was pleasantly surprised that most of the people spoke Spanish instead of English even with the strong presence of American tourism. Going out, ...