El Bosque Hotel
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... cheques, mainly because parents are behind in their tuition fees. I asked Sabrina if this was because they didn't want to pay, or what. Sabrina told me that in most cases, the parents simply cannot pay because of the difficult economic times. Yet they want their sons and daughters in the school because many of them are able to get a job after high school because of the skills and discipline for which the school is known. I asked Sabrina how much teachers made in income. ...
... the other counties we have visited, with the main roads littered with political campaign posters and propaganda. That afternoon/evening Ingrid had organised for all of us to go to the Copan hot springs as a treat for our birthday! The journey there was around an hour and the driver was blasting some banging tunes such as wiggle wiggle wiggle and many Saun Paul songs. The springs themselves were gorgeous -naturally heated small rock pools cascading into each other, ...
... and told the official that I had no Guatemalan currency (which I hadn't). He then told me I could pay in dollars.
So I asked him for a receipt in that case.
He muttered something, handed me the passport and basically indicated I should move on.
He didn't seem amused.
The guys that followed behind paid over the cash. I know the amount demanded was small, but it's the principle. I just get irritated by people trying to take the ****. ...
... Maya life in terms of political, religious and economic factors. Much of the carvings we saw were celebrations of the lives of the rulers, extolling their virtues and accomplishments. Once the Maya glyphs were disciporored in the 1970's, all this became much clearer. Recent excavations revealed that the pyramid structures were not just monuments to the rulers but also burial chambers. Rodolfo's explanation of the pelote courts was different than any ...
... released into the wild but enjoy coming back and sitting on humans). It was a really nice place.
There is this elderly Canadian man based in copan who goes around giving everyone free hug coupons. Here is a video of him which I enjoyed
I mostly enjoy the dog that seems to appear in every hug.
I also went horse riding, where my guide just allowed me to freely ...