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... City but I saw no other alternatives on hand. I signed a sigh of relief when I saw a sign for Antigua and my worries of the taxi driver taking me somewhere to murder me faded. After finding a hostel in Antigua, I explored the colonial city for the next couple of days. With most of the city's buildings be built in the early 1700's, the place has a lot of history. It also had a covered market with seemingly endless ally ways with vendors selling everything imaginable. I ...
... met by a throng of people trying to sell us "tickets" for the ferries. Luckily we already knew that these were mostly scam artists and so walked a short way down to the dock, boarded one of the small boats that ferries people around the lake and were off on our Atitlán adventure, heading for the small town of Santa Cruz la Laguna, which is so tiny that you can only reach it by boat. We were the only extranjeros (foreigners) on the small boat that rocked from town to ...
... any sugar are kinda bland. I went ahead and ate them, but they aren't my first choice of cereal. 2) In the words of Sara with no H because H's are EWW! from Jimmy Fallon, lukewarm milk = EWW! haha! I much prefer cold milk!
After breakfast I headed to class. We started off by going over my speech. I had just a few small errors that needed fixed. It is great to see my progress over the past two weeks. After that, we ...
After class, I went home for a lunch of white beans and rice. It was good. Then I didn't have a ton of time until I needed to go back to the school for the cultural activity for the day. I was pretty excited for this one. We took a "Chicken Bus" (which is really what they call them here, not bus de pollo. They say "Chicken Bus") for about 30-45 minutes to get to a different area that is called Salcajá. In this area is the ...
We spent three nights in San Pedro. We hadn't planned to, and under other circumstances we may have left earlier. It's not that San Pedro is a bad town, there just wasn't much to do here. We had heard much about how nice Lake Atitlan was, and San Pedro sits on the western shores of the lake. The lake is actually a huge, old (and I assume redundant!) volcano crater surrounded by mountain peaks. The lake must be about 10 or 15 miles across to the eastern ...