Hotel El Arbol
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... floats up to me. It has a gorgeous view though, and apart from it being a slog up the hill, and the ambient noise (which does make it feel like I am actually living in Guatemala and not any “hollywood ” - local nickname for Pasaj-cap, anywhere in the world), the house has a great vibe.
And apart from all the distractions, noise, and dog responsibilities like shopping for his prime cuts in Panajachel, a 45 minute boat ride, and his wheat grass in San ...
... 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 ...
... but we are also on the rim of a passing tropical storm that destroys and kills as it crosses Guatemala and Mexico. My new home is a large stone cottage. Really only one open plan lounge, dining room and kitchen with a high roof, a beautiful space. My bed is underneath the stairs that go up to the loft, which is Christina's bedroom, and leads to the balcony that overlooks the lake. After two days of overcast skies, it clears for a few hours and I get a view of ...
... boy by the house today that I will be bringing home with me. Congratulations Mom and Dad your grandparents. He is the cutest little boy in the whole world we still haven't heard him talk yet so we are a little concerned he cant but we will investigate. For the concrete we had to measure out water and start mixing. Once we finished mixing, the construction crew took charge at the end to make sure the consistency was right. We all created a line to pass buckets ...
... base but I’ve spent much more time there this time around because of soccer and I’ve now realized that there are a lot more transplanted San Juaneritas around than I had ever assumed. Part of the reason for that is they tend to be more the 'keep to themselves, immerse themselves in the local community’ types rather than the far more noticeable “I’m here to remain steadily drunk until I die” or “I need to visit the ...