Rancho Grande Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRancho Grande Inn Panajachel
Very nice staff.
Good location when you like it quite.
Good for kids.
The carpets in the room were dirty and full of small bugs.
The swimming pool is only a plunge pool and the water was very cold.
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... listening to my spanish radio station has paid off). It was nice to get a break and just relax but at the same time I was so excited about witnessing this torch tradition that poor Alyssa had to remind me to wait. Finally, we headed to the town center. We met a guy named Capu (yes that's Ka-poo) who was able to share with us the traditions of the Independence Day. Panajachel was the first city to start the torch tradition, and it's been going 57 ...
... than it sounded!
After the tour of the caves we were taken to a huge swing out over the river that you could swing out on handouts a big archway and the jump off into the water! Somehow I managed to do it pretty gracefully but there were a few face plants and belly flops from the group! Our last stop before lunch was on the suspension bridge where we could jump the huge drop (probably about 10m?) into the river below - and we couldn't say no after watching the 4 year old ...
... a church anymore but was dedicated to the local Mayan religion. Although they still had a few statues of Jesus there. I guess the Mayan Gods liked his company. The biggest surprise of the day for me was that opposite the place we lunched at was a Chabad house! (Chabad is an orthodox Jewish organisation that provides religious services for Jews around the world, often in weird and wonderful locations). It was very surreal to see people wearing kippot and payot having a beer and ...
... my name we decided that "stewardo" is much easier and now that's what I go by now... I don't mind it and found out a couple of the other students also use different names (including a girl named keegan who is now Carolina). In conclusion I know introduce my self as stewardo and often forget to respond when it is called. I have done afew activities already with the school and friends which include bread making which was quite interesting, chili something making ...
... our way to the barrier and crawled under it, on our hands and knees.
We all made it through and just needed our passports stamped before getting on the next van. This was the start of next delay, it seemed that the immigration office was symphathising with demonstrators - they shut their office saying they had no electricity even though it had been open the day before when there had been no power. Without an entry stamp in the passport, even though ...