Mercure Casa Veranda Guatemala
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... nobody in sight... We walked further down and came across all these little foods stalls and fair ground rides... Eyyyy it was empty but so much fun! However when we were leaving the feria, I finally realised how dangerous this country really is... We were walking to the bus and this huge pick up truck went past very slowly... There were men with black masks on, holding guns, staring straight at us... A bit of poo maybe came out... 5:30am was the time the ...
... Fried plantain (basically burnt banana), bread and more beans was on the menu... It's okay Jess, you can get used to this, this is okay.. You're gonna be fine... Bedtime for us all now... Finally arrived and having the best time ever! No weird diseases yet, no illnesses, no annoying people - just pure happiness oh and lots of herbal essence smelling clothes - down to the river I go to wash them! Peace and love kids ...
... things we want to do around Rio Dulce but also have a weekend today to do nothing.
We don't really have the internet here so I can't mindlessly do stuff online. We have satellite internet, which sounds very high tech and fancy, but unstable and intermittent would be a better description. At times it comes on for a few seconds at a time, not really long enough to do anything before it drops out again. But maybe that's not a bad ...
... towns or villages. The country is poor and completely different to Playa Del Carmen in Mexico which was like being in Spain. The scenery in Guatemala was amazing, with lakes, lagoons, volcanoes and mountain rain forests spread throughout. It is a country that is very similar to places we had visited in Bolivia and Peru and that is what we liked about this country. The culture is still set in the way that it may have been say 100 years ...
... to see some small kites being flown while the larger ones made specifically for this special day were below on the ground. The patterns and colours of each kite were vibrant and unique and neither of us have ever seen such large kites before. We watched from above for a while before making our way past many barbecues and tables down to the kite area. Standing beside these massive objects really made us appreciate their grandeur and the time and ...