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... ventured further up the hill then my place!!! No wonder I have an amazing view! The only spot to get WIFI is in the area of the Reception building, this making anyone who needs it think about their true need to connect, before making the trek down the hillside! My cabin is wood, and has 2 single beds with bedspreads made from Mayan women's skirts. Most pillows and bean bag chairs on site are also made from Mayan women's skirts. I have a wall of sliding windows ...
... and half in mid air. The chicken buses are old American school buses, and still bear the signs and posters that they had when they were sold on. This one still had up the 'rules for riding on Oregon state school buses'- so I enjoyed reading through them and seeing which ones still applied. I particularly enjoyed the 'pupils will not display boisterous behaviour!' Leg 8 of our journey was crossing the river at Sayaxche, ...
... we had to stop every couple of mins to fix it. We’ll need to invest in a new
pair this week. Jaibalito was a small provincial Mayan town. Not many tourists
wander down this way. We walked through the small town in a couple of minutes.
We saw kids playing football / soccer on a basketball court, local dogs who’s
barks scared the **** out of me (surprise surprise), kids playing with broken
toys (dolls with the heads off….) but who looked ...
Q: Interview a local Guatemalan. Guatemalan often love speaking with foreigners, especially in Parque Central. Please "interview" a native Guatemalan to gain his/her perspective on life in Guatemala.
"Do you like Guatemala?", I've asked various Guatemalans. Most of them have never traveled outside their country. I've mostly received the same answer with a simple, "yeah". The "yeah" is said naturally ...
... were out at the bar, Panarock, than gringos, which was unexpected. Sam, my compaņera en crimen, and I actually got to meet people from all over-Guatemala, Venezuela, Colombia, Belize...who all came together for the sake of their friend's wedding the next day. Their friendly attitudes were characteristic of Latino countries; their outlooks remained to be unaffected by the huge influx of Americans who tend to be more seclusive and less open to strangers in ...