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... moustache party! Moustaches drawn on, free shots of tequila, just what everyone wants!!! We ended up stealing moustaches from the wall of the bar! The bar had a pool Reuben managed to get pushed in by Kelly and by some miracle Kelly managed to avoid this fate! Pushed by Hil, somehow managed to run along the edge of the pool and then grabbed onto some poor guy and a table - absolutely ...
... did not possess the air of menace like Guatemala (City) did. They just looked clean and harmless.
Back on the Parque we spotted a local man imposing his company on a European woman and after sensing her discomfort, we approached them and told off the man in English. He started protesting initially but the distraction was enough for the woman to quietly slip away with a Thank you on her lips. After exchanging a few God Bless Yous, we ...
... down to Panajachel is very steep and windy but affords remarkable views. Pana as everyone calls it is the transportation hub for the lake. To reach all of the other villages you need to jump on a boat. Our driver dropped us at the wharf and we were approached by a guy trying to convince us that we should take a private boat. "Only $15 per person" he told us. A bargain he said, because the public boat would cost $10 each and take two hours ...
... the hostel had been pretty much booked out we were wondering where everyone was! A Canadian girl called Crystal sat on out table, she has been drinking since about 9am but she also told us how her friend had been held at gunpoint the night before. Saying that, she was walking the streets on her own in the early hours. There's a huge police and security presence in Guatemala, so as long as were careful we should be ok! After a few hours we headed to a bar down the ...
... half underwater! I climbed out of the kayak and went up the stairs in the house - pretty cool but think people still living there! Then we fancied a beer so we tied the kayaks up at San Juan and went for a wander around the village, was really cute, got a beer and strolled round. Kayaked back to San Pedro and kristen, Shane, Will and I went up hummus ya for mojitos then onto Buddha. It was already 4.50 so I took mine and Will's stuff back and rushed back for conversation club. ...