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... makes your stomach churn and your fingers go numb, will soon turn into a straight, calm road.............this chilli burn that has ignighted your eyes, nose, lips and ears...will pass.
3. Smile and be friendly...it helps.
And one for the kids
What do you call a Mexican who loses his car?
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... to visit as they blend their past with little aspects of the new modern ways of the future. Here we visited the local Catholic Mayan temple. Traveling always sees it that we visit local religious sites & not being religious myself can sometimes evoke a mixture of feelings in this area. However when I travel, i travel to learn and know about another life, another existence & above all another culture. By immersing myself in the richness of another race it always give you a ...
... the period of advent. I met up again with Anna and also another friend from school in Antigua, who'd I'd bumped into at Misol-Ha waterfall. We visited a local wine bar with our hostel owner and sampled some of the local cafes and restaurants. I continued my tequila challenge too, this time with awesome sombreros. Friendly faces therefore accompanied me and with colonial building, ...
The bus arrived in San Cristobal at around 6:30am. Alana, Celeste and I decided we would share a taxi as we were all staying at Puerta Vieja. We arrived at The hostel at around 7ish. We weren't able to check in as my room was a private one and the people who stayed in it over night were yet to check out. The girls were staying in a dorm room and had to wait for the others to wake up before they could settle in and shower. We were all starving.. Breakfast ...
Our fifth week started with a fairly simple journey and border crossing into Guatemala from Belize with our brilliant new Irish friends that we picked up in Caye Caulker, Joyce and Sean. One ferry and two buses later we arrived in Flores - a cute town with winding cobblestone streets on a small island in the north-east of Guatemala, an hour drive from the Tikal ruins. Our hostel was one of the best so far, Los Amigos, which had come highly ...
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