Los Almendros De San Lorenzo
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... huge pool to the villas. They are huge rooms with two queen size beds and a lovely bathroom. The best part is they have a shady wrap-around balcony with views over the escarpment. So lovely. I held my breath as I asked the price and she showed me a piece of paper that said $100. I thought to myself "remind me again why I am trying to save $60?" We said yes on the spot. It was New Year's Eve and we were going to greet the new year in style and comfort. ...
... where a small temple has been restored to within an inch of it's life. Even in the heyday of Mayan culture I'm not sure that they would have had such sharp corners and laser-precision angles. As we went further into the site though, it got better and better. When I looked at the site map we had picked up yesterday at the tourist information (they do not give them to you at the ticket counter despite the hefty entry fee) I discovered that we were walking in the reverse to the ...
... Luckily our van was late so I wasn't holding anyone up which I was a tad relieved about. After about 20/30 mins my colour in my face and started to come back and was feeling a tad better. Our van arrived and they sat me right in the front so I could see where I was going. This leg of the journey was about 3 hours and I managed to sleep most of it so when it came to our stopping point I felt much better. Our next mode ...
... back to the house, it began to rain, and yes we were still in the back of the truck, but not to fear we really didn't get all that wet. We were also able to witness some great lightning. I have to admit a big highlight for me was playing with Josue and his lightning McQueen cars (thank you Dylan Long for teaching me everything I know about cars and cars 2, it has proven handy during my ...
The entire watermelon
crop (by the way, it grows on small plants on the ground, who knew!) Was on
this hill that was easily 45 degrees steep. At first the farmers tried to go up
for us but we weren’t to be stopped, so we ran up after them and helped out.
There were quite a few small watermelons near the tiny paths that winded their
way up through the crop but I had my eyes on better things. I picked the
biggest in our group but ...