Vecchia Toscana Resort
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... our teachers had a rope an rock climbing gloves. Some points of this "hike" were almost vertical and making it up was no easy task, especially when we were only getting climbing tips in spanish. The climb however was definitely worth it as we were wayyyy above the clouds and could see the entire city. Hikes are defiantly not the correct hang over cure, mooning the entire city did however make me feel a little better another week at school began and as per ...
... The universal speed limit in Guatemala is 40kmh, but it's seen more as the minimal speed that one should be driving.
More social divisions are forming within neighborhoods than before. Previously, the poor and rich were intermixed within the community. Now, more and more rich, gated communities are being established, widening the gap between the two extremes.
Gender inequalities are very much still present in Guatemala. Men workers will be ...
... a chair to get around, turns out she actually had the other foot, she just had it strapped so you couldn't make it out, and had a leg on the chair she was using to get around cut to make it appear she was moving with a limp. We had lunch at a place called 'Happy Fish' which was a place that, a local group came and played some music for us, and Sabrina ended up getting pulled up to dance with one of the band members. After lunch it was off back to the hotel to relax an do whatever ...
... tough but the view was definitely worth it. When we made it back down to the bottom we went for a nice swim in the pools on the top of the bridge. We chilled out for the evening in Zephyr, taking in the amazing views from the hostel. The hostel is built on the side of a cliff in the middle of a river valley. Day 21, Sunday 19 January We were up bright and early to get breakfast before taking the bus to Antigua. Zephyr operates a tab system so we got ...
Picked up our laundry the back to hotel to pack. Heaked for Dock and ran into Tracy and Cojoe, who we first met in Placencia. There were also heading to Livingston. Hit the duty free shop and got three cartons of cigs for $10. Wish I had room for more. Boat ride to Livingston was nice and only about 45 minutes. Had a few drinks with Tracy ad cojoe the I left to find a hotel. The hotel was only 100 Q ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility