Posada de Santiago
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and 5 minutes later after everyone else had come out, Pepe appeared about 10 metres to the left. After that we headed back to get out bags and took the 'cattle transporter' back to Lanquin, picking up a few locals as we went. Some bit were so steep I had to hold on pretty tight, but the car made it up nevertheless. We had packed a lot into what was a great day. We freshened up back at El Muro Hostel and went out for street food with Sam and Stefan. We walked around ...
... showing the turquoise colour of the pools. We finish off the afternoon with a tubing session, something we had done before in Laos (floating down the river current in an inner tube). The day is ends with a plate of beans and rice, a few of Guatemala’s terrible beer and watching the hotel staff get their Reggeaton-on.
Feeling that apart from the ...
... and a cheese burger with salad for me. I used my newly learned word “Bantiox” and got a smile from our waitress, meanwhile Hinesh is getting quite good at ordering food in his espaņol. Then it was back to doing a whole lot of nothing. Hammock time and siesta time. You get the gist of what today was about. It was super hot today and the heat drained both our energies. Tomorrow we plan on heading over to Semuc Champey to see what all the fuss is about.
... word. If I don't dwell on what I'm going to say beforehand, which often doesn't occur, I'm able to express what I want to say in the moment. It'll probably take some patience on the listener's part, but luckily, my host mom is always patient and attentive during our conversations. Even though practicing my Spanish can be confusing, frustrating and exhausting at times, every opportunity to speak the language is a blessing and a joy! I love being ...
... 10 people in our group and we all had the puzzled, 'what are we getting ourselves into' look on our faces as our guide painted our faces, as if this was suppose to make us feel this tribal connection and give us strength to take this on..
As we lit our candles and entered the cave I thought to myself 'We've done this already, piece of cake this will be!' Haha little did I know what we were in for this time! We weren't even 5 minutes in ...