Vecchia Toscana Resort
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Hey guys, So we left El Salvador yesterday morning around 8. To be honest.. It feels like it's been 2 or 3 day ago. With slight changes to our route to Panajachel We went off with a good start. We missed the first 2 busses ( they come every 5/10 min) but then we were on our way to our first stop. San Salvador the capital of El Salvador. We got there 45 min later and within only minutes we got the next bus to ahauchipan ( 2 hours ). We have had only very good experiences ...
... 6 I left my new friends and went to 2 different salsa clubs until the 3rd one we went into pilar explained that the Guatemalan boys I was supposed to meet were playing pool in the back. Phase - 7 I met one guy whilst trying to buy a beer and fortunately he knew the dj.... Free beers all night !! Phase - 8 all the bars and clubs are closed and I thought it was home time, I was wrong. Our crew which was now 8 people thick were walking for days until we ...
... The river is extremely wide in places, to the point, it's almost the size of a lake (what constitutes a river?) so it seemed like we took a detour to Flower island. This small island was surrounded by thousands of water lily's. The island was inhabited by people seemingly living their traditional lives with houses on stilts over the water and wooden canoes for fishing.
The next stop on our trip was ...
... for him to return to the states even though, he makes around 200 Q a day (a little over $25). With this income, he could afford eating out at a fine steak house in Antigua, without a problem. While in America, he would probably have to resort to eating Ramen noodles everyday.
I do believe that Guatemalans take pride in their country and are generally happy and content with what they have. However, I also believe ...
... plastic to keep us dry. I have to say that was the best bus trip I've had all trip, it's definitely a lot nicer seeing the countryside from higher up, than being crammed into a hot bus! We arrived at the canyon and a local guy paddled us about 20mins up river in his boat and dropped us off, leaving us free to explore as much of the canyon as we liked. The river was flanked by two vertical walls that went right up at least 50m with tree's reaching up even higher ...