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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from San Marcos La Laguna
... occurrences in this neck of the woods, with the more active backpackers tackling the arduous climb up the two volcanoes dominating the skyline. Instead, we opted for lakeside sunbathing and simple dips in the drink, albeit from the vertigo inducing platforms, and plenty of beers and food with Id and Jonny, our Finnish friends.
We briefly ventured from our save haven to Chichicastenango, to ...
... we didn't have accommodations booked, we knew of a couple places to possibly stay, and he dropped us off at one.
About seven hours after leaving Xela, we made it! It was definitely an interesting route to take to get to Tapachula, but that's part of the joys of traveling (especially with a language barrier). Regardless of the challenges we may have faced, throughout our travels, no matter what the country, we have always felt that people (strangers) are looking out for us and ...
... workshop. "An Osho Inspired Journey into Full Spectrum Ecstatic Release", with shaking, dancing, speaking gibberish, laughter, crying, and silence. Today and tomorrow the center is also hosting an Acro Yoga Workshop. We also have a chess club on Sunday mornings! This is my fourth home since arriving at the lake, and if all goes well (if the lake doesn't rise too quickly), I will be here for the next five or six months over the high season. My plans are to then ...
... and quietly goes about his business, even though every other dog in town will always come up to him to check him out, which he mostly tolerates, even when they bark, growl and sometimes snap at him. This attention he gets can only be ascribed, (according to Kat, an Irish muso/traveler girl I met) to jealousy over his long golden hair, but I think it has something to do with the fact that Tonka eats better than 90% of Guatemalans, not to mention their dogs. He has steak ...
... xela and got feeling back in our bodies there was a huge street festival. This festival was a band competition with all the university's in xela. There is about 50 university's here and each had their band battling with each other and then moving through the streets. Cheerleaders and very enthusiastic band members made the battles awesome. The winners move on to battle other city's. Because it's my last week here in Xela and ...