The streets are of various sizes, the pavement is all cobblestones and blocks. The entire town is like a giant maze. After being here for almost a week, I still don’t know my way around very well.
Not to long ago, the only way to get to San Pedro was by boat. There are tons of "Launchas" (small motor boats) criss crossing the lake between all of the towns. The docks are downtown and a Launcha ride is fairly cheap.
The lake is an everpresent backdrop to all of the vistas; it’s beautiful! Here is the view from my Hotel balcony:
I’ve attended two Spanish Schools here. The one that I’m currently enrolled in is called San Pedro Spanish School. It’s one of the largest Spanish schools in town (there’s actually a ton of Spanish Schools here) and seemed to have the best staff, grounds, and prices.
|My Spanish teacher Julio and I.|
|My Spanish School.|