Travel Blogs from San Pedro La Laguna
... table - naked - if Germany would win 10-0. Boy was I relieved when Brazil scored. little comment by Yvonne: during the second half we bet how often Ivo would say "****" and the winner would get a bottle of beer. It was hard to keep track, as it was 250 ! times, he was entertaining the entire bar dancing on the bench. After a lot of partying and chilling we decided it was time for some culture so we went on a boatride across the lake to Santiago, ...
... into the lake but it clouded over and then chucked it down, monsoon style! It was pretty exciting, we were all squishing into the boat balancing on seats in various ways cowering away from the rain which was coming in and flooding the boat. People at the front were using the seat cushions as a shield and us at the back we're trying not to get wet bums. Juan Pablo decided it would be a suitable time to plug in his music although it was hard to hear over the sound of the rain. It was ...
... to return to Santa Cruz
was on the other side of town and it was interesting to see the difference in
the two sides of the village. It was like local (traditional) vs backpacker
world. I’m glad we were able to see both sides. We grabbed a late lunch at
Nick’s place and jumped on the bumpy ferry as the rains came down on us.
The hostel food wasn’t appealing today so
we had dinner across the road at Hotel Arco de Noe. The rice ...
... by the lake so we were invited to spend a lovely lunch with Luis and his parents and all the extended family at the parental home on the lake about 15 minutes walk from town. It was a very sunny warm day and Luis' parents also have students so it was a big gathering of family and the family's students in the lovely garden for a bif meal of cerviche (raw seafood salad, yummo) , roated mears, guacamole, salads and tortillas and lastly ice cream for desert. We were very well ...
... and amazing. Hopefully the photos will give you an idea. Indian Nose is a mountain called Cerro Cristalino and it sits to the west of San Pedro, it's called Indian Nose because the profile looks like an Indian’s face lying down with the nose being the highest point probably around 2500m or so. It was a fairly steep climb initially until we hit the Indian’s back and from there it was a nice 30min of flat ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking