Palacio de Dona Leonor
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... could find a bilingual Bible. I found a duo language book of short stories he found a humorous work by Juan Carlos Martínez: ¿Qué onda vos? (i.e. What’s Up, Dude?), which is basically a guide to Guatemalan slang and sayings.
While we were wandering around so Shaun could find some other things for his teacher friends, a couple of students from the University in Guatemala City approached Mel and asked if ...
... and chanting. Then Dora and I were instructed to throw our candle bundles into the fire with all of the things (baggage) that we wanted the Gods to take away. Then we went back inside, and the shaman counted out some red seads and proceeded to answer the question for which we had come to find an answer. AmazingLynn, she manage to answer some questions that we each had.
Finally, we went back outside where the fire was put out with the liquid offerings to ...
... the bus from El Tunco to Antigua was fully book and we were also pretty tried after being up for the night/early morning to get through Honduras so spending the afternoon and night relaxing in El Tunco and checking it out was rather favorable.
Brendon and I were sitting up the front of the van behind the driver and the shuttle bus started like many of the ones we had taken before, talking, listening to music, talking about the food we wanted (which we would never ...
... them. So I managed to escape, but not before they made me promise to meet them tomorrow night at an Italian restaurant. I still haven't decided if I'm actually going to go or not. I returned to the hostel and watched the Life of Pi in the media room with the bartender. The movie was okay, pretty much what I thought it would be, nothing ...
... hanging around their airport which was a little bigger than Blenheim... we were told there was fog at Tikal and officially waiting for it to clear. For some unknown reason we had to present our passports for checking against the official passenger list but this was nothing compared with the return procedure at Flores after our Tikal visit. This entailed again a passport presentation, removing shoes watches belts and yet ...