Posada de los Volcanes
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... he said loudly. Pedantically. Scornfully. “You can only send one hundred texts but you can receive an unlimited amount. Why are you worrying? I EXPLAINED it to you.
I couldn’t understand what his mother said in response, but based on experience I’m sure it was something like, “I’m not worried. Would you like some candy? And do you have to use the bathroom before we board?”
... appreciate it. So I was dizzy as a spinning top. It was bad. Matt took me to the first doctor who decided that I had picked up something in Barbados that I was struggling to get rid of and gave me some antibiotics. The next day I was due to go with Corinne out to a place along the coast called Los Cobanos so I hoped they would kick in quickly. Corinne works in sustainable tourism and had been setting up a few volunteer programs and we were going to meet a girl called Sarah (who ...
... We stop at a lovely restaurant on the highway for lunch, La Cabana de Don Robert. The food is terrific and the grounds adorable, with bunny hutch out back and children's play area out front. Being of the appropriate age, we immediately take over the swings and seesaw.
We eventually arrive at Lake Atitlan and Panajachel, the small tourist town where we'll be staying. The hotel is on the lakeside and built of dark wood with thatched roofs. My room, on the second ...
... said the park was closed. We are not impressed and definitely not convinced as its raining and can't believe a lot of people would brave the conditions, especially on New Year's Eve. So the 7 of us decide to go out to the streets of Lanquin to suss out whether the park is closed. We get about 50m off the hostel grounds and a local guy called Rafa who we believe also works for Zephyr Lodge with the tours, is lurking around the corner and hits us up whether we want to go. We are ...
... and as we made out way in to the cave entrance my heart starting fluttering a bit!
We waded into the water that was quickly too deep to stand in, so we did an odd one handed doggy paddle while holding our candles above our head. Very quickly we were in complete darkness which was a bit creepy! After a bit we came to the back of the cave, and had to climb up via a ladder tied to the rocks into the next ...