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So after Hopkins we did a load more public busing down to Punta Gorda.
So that we could cross the border back into Guatemala via a boat across the Caribbean, and then onto Livingstone.
Customs was easy enough, not much to it as per usual. However, after all our time struggling with spanish around central america I found …
The bus trip up to Rio Dulce was really slow, dirt road the whole way but at least the bus wasn't as full as the trip up to Lanquin. We were dropped off in town and were met by a local guy offering us the different options for accomodation. We had been recommened one particular place but couldn't remember the name of it so decided to book into somewhere close by and maybe move the next day if we could get online and find out what it was called. We walked into town and ...
... was no doubting she was keen to party! The hostel manager came over with a baby bottle full of rum which got passed around, by the time it got to the little Japanese girl there was a couple of shots worth left. The crazy kid unscrews the lid and skulls the rest! She was hilarious and started trying to crack on to all of the guys. Awesome night, I don't have any group or party shots but a few people got some so I'm hoping I'll be able to get hold of them. Next day ...
... little of tourist interest in Guatemala City.
Antigua, which is located at the start of the Highlands, some 50km west of Guatemala City had been the National capital until 1787 when a major earthquake caused the government to be moved to Guatemala City. Antigua has three volcanoes on its outskirts and in the lead up to the earthquake there had been several eruptions, the earthquake damaged the cathedral and many important buildings. The streets are ...
... way of life for the women of San Juan. The town was packed full of art galleries with really nice and colourful paintings for sale. The women usually paint, deal with medicinal plants or weave. The clothes of the women were so colourful and traditional. Their long skirts with different patterns are tied up with a belt at the waist, with their blouse tucked in. We stopped off at a house where a group of 22 women ...
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Our room was lovely, very hot, but we still really enjoyed our stay. I think rooms on the first floor were a little cooler. The onsite cafe served lovely drinks and the communal courtyard was sweet
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