Hotel Plaza del Libertador
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... the government to move on the issue. Somehow there was contact with people inside the court building who informed that the process was being "studied" and no further comment would be made at the time. There were a number of different organizations present for the protest, some campesino organizations for whom Chabelo is a symbol of all that is wrong in the country. One of the speakers at the rally was Chabelo's mother, Doņa Ramona, who had traveled from the previous ...
... and paid the fare. The taxi driver had waited as it was an easy fare for him (230L for the return trip from Palmira Colinia district - about Ģ7).
Back at the hostel, the receptionist googled me a map showing the walking route to the old city centre. I used it to get there which probably took twenty minutes, first along Avenida Gutemberg and returning via Avenida Miguel Cervantes. Near the cathedral is a short pedestrianised zone which has an unfeasibly ...
... from the church we found ourselves at the Museo para la Identidad Nacional (MIN). The street in front of the MIN was just for pedestrians. It was visually amazing because for one block, dozens of colorful umbrellas completely covered the pedestrian street. The umbrellas stretched from building to building. It was apparently some sort of fundraiser for the MIN.
In the late 1800s, the building housing the MIN was the first hospital ...
... straps meaning its practically horizontal (ie painful)
hanging off my neck!
Only spent a day there but was nice to chill out and visit
some waterfalls and some local towns, with looky behind man, who seemingly
couldn’t walk around 2 metres without turning round to look at me. I tried to
work out, is it whether my beard is so awesome? Is he afraid of me, or does he
simply want to attack me? After about an hour of repeated turn arounds, ...
For the second time in as many weeks, I found myself with an armed escort. Private security this time, for the journey from Antigua and into Honduras. The Belizeans do not trust the Guatemalans and apparently the Guatemalans do not trust themselves or the Hondurans. And so I traveled into the most dangerous country of my trip so far.
Yet again, every male carried a gun as casually as I carry my handbag. The coach stopped only within secure compounds surrounded by ...