Suites Ejecutivas Los Arcos Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... that no arms or legs could be used, the ball could not hit the ground and only the hips could be used to keep the ball off the ground. Anyone who were responsible for dropping the ball were removed from the court and probably killed. The aim was to get the ball to bounce high enough to make it bounce through a hoop, which was located very high above the heads of the people. The score is always 1-0. The game lasted as long as it took to ...
... about 100 old, beat-up school buses, in no particular order or organized manner, people yelling, street vendors aplenty, and the grounds extremely dirty. Of course it didn't take long for someone to approach us and ask us where we wanted to go. "Tecun Uman", we answered (the Guatemalan border town). Suddenly a couple men grabbed our bags and directed us to a bus. Within seconds, our bags were on the top of a bus and we were told to get on. I looked at the front of the bus and while ...
... San Marcos, and the first place I had heard of when I started hearing about San Marcos as a center of healing, healers, teachers, yogis, seekers and finders. Jenika is also a musician, sings and plays the harmonium, and hosts a weekly kirtan event, which was one of the many interweaving influences in my decision to stay a while longer and to rent a space for the upcoming busy season. A place to live and teach from. I have found such a place, right on the water. It has ...
... with the march of time and the inevitable allure that San Marcos and Lake Atitlan, one of the top tourist destinations in Guatemala, has. There is some room to expand, and new venues, centers and communities are being established in the surrounding hills and valleys and on the slopes of this ancient caldera. The lake is the basin of a volcanic eruption 84,000 years ago, and is also the deepest lake in Central America. There are many legends of secret ...
... finishing laying the concrete down. Today was the toughest workout so fare. Sam and I both have bruises on our arms from supporting the concrete buckets, but totally worth it. We than walked over to the church for lunch there were all ready kids waiting for us. It didn't take long for them to be comfortable with us at all. They were tickling, hugging, even kissing sometimes. We had a break for lunch and I am proud to say I started a new Guatemalan food trend today. We ...