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... like pizza.
We went back to the plant for a short time, and headed back to the city. I decided I would get dropped back off at the hotel and call it a day. But before I arrived, I asked Raymundo to bring me to a place to buy allergy medicine, similar to Claritin. He pulled into a place that looked like a pawn shop. There are no CVS or Walgreens here. Only a "Farmicia", that has all the drugs and "pharmacists" behind a wall of bars. I ...
... He spoke very good English. His name is Luis. He walked
us out to the parking lot and we inspected his van if it was really
air-conditioned. The driver's name is also Luis so we called our
guide as Luis 1, and our driver as Luis 2. There were six of us and
Luis quoted us US$35.00 per person. Bert got out of the van and
asked a few more cruise passengers if they were willing to join us
for a trip to Antigua. Soon there were eleven of ...
... the Legend of the Seas continued its course further southeast, the stars above us shone!
For once, I toasted to my cruise while of course, thought about you guys back home probably freezing in the cold Canadian weather! Except of course, for Justin and Fiorella! What else can I say except that life is good onboard the cruise ship! Cheerios!
Monique :-) ...
... stick for one dollar. My advice is to rent one and escape the madness.”
I not only rented one but also became infatuated with the scrum of children and the reaction of us tourists to their business. Several people refused to rent a stick. Go figure. One young man, a foot shorter than many of his competitors, was continually out maneuvered for a prime rental spot by more experienced and larger ...
... which continually spews steam. Our guide told us a little about life in Guatemala, which is supported mainly by agriculture. He also mentioned that clothes dryers were rare, and, because of the rain and humidity, it took a week to dry clothes. Because of our late start (eventually we'll arrive somewhere on time), we arrived at the plantation around noon. We couldn't help but notice that outside the plantation gates, the homes were really nothing more than shacks put ...