Conquistador Hotel & Conference Center
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... no one was staying at, and on the opposite side of town to ours! After we dropped our stuff off, Vicky and I went to look for a cashpoint that we were told was in the foyer of a nearby upmarket hotel. What we didn't realise was there were two entrances, so we ended up going in though the back entrance, through the most beautiful gardens and ended up in a fancy restaurant packed with people in nice evening wear, while we traipsed in wearing 'traveller' ...
... flat grasslands for a while. Marilia wasn’t happy with the start being such a hilly terrain especially with 60L backpacks on our back. It definitely wasn’t easy and I understood very quickly that I was carrying way too much water , anyway there was nothing I could do at this point than to hike along. Once the flat grasslands started, there was definitely quite a bit of relief on the shoulders and back. I kept trying to show Marilia how to relieve the weight of ...
... how to get around we went to a salsa class. This was loads of fun, but we aren't even close to looking like the locals on the dance floor. Regardless, after some delicious nachos, we went to a Salsateca, and tried out our new moves - a great evening! The next day Scott was up early (again) to climb Mt Pacanya that had erupted only 9 days earlier. It was clear when he arrived on a brow just above the lava. He also walked down and on to the cooler parts of the ...
... for the beginning of the school year in Guatemala. Of the more than 6,000 children living in and near the dump, only about 200 can be taken care of. These are children for whom the organization has found sponsors. Because they finance themselves only from donations, they can provide only for children that are "paid for". It means those children get a free meal every day, come to do their homework to "Potter's House" etc. Some of them even got to the university in ...
... to me to go and see Santo Domingo. See the next entry for why did I spend 2 hours there!
Back out and decided to circumnavigate the town ...