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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... relax, fall asleep, out for dinner, there was nothing to eat in the house! Go figure!! Went to Cafe Sky, down the street. It has a beautiful view from the rooftop terrace. Delicious quesadillas too! Home to relax. The next morning I got up early and made coffee. Thought some toast might be in order too, however, No toaster! No butter! Hhhhmmmm after class another, more serious visit to the supermarket! I went a bit early to school so I could get a coffee( even though I made some ...
... allowed in the main car! They had the sirens on and 5 of the officers came to accompany us so it was all quite exciting but also incredibly hilarious that they believed such a ridiculous story! They then dropped me Juan and Tracy back to the club where Tilly Lauren and Hannah were waiting. We all had a bit of a dance there and a few more shots before heading off somewhere else. We ended up bumping into an English and a New Zealand guy who the girls had met in the club and we ...
... without you even saying anything!!) and it was cheap. Loved it - bought loads! Around 5pm, back at the hotel, I could hear a lot of noise approaching. The procession was going right past! Hundreds of people dressed in purple, grey and black were up the front. These were followed by groups of people waving burning pots of incense (very smoky!!). Then huge floats being carried by rows of people, they were swaying as they carried the large wooden floats - ...
... over the edge and saw no guardrails and steep drops.
We arrived at the zip lines, and you could immediately tell we were at a high altitude. Any quick movements or exertion led to me and others gasping for air. But nothing was going get in our way of zip lining. The guides strapped us in and gave us a brief safety message. Not surprisingly they spoke both English and Spanish since this area was very popular with tourists. The entire ...
... border in a "collective" minivan, and Chris and I arrived in Flores. I think he was quite relieved to get out as those vans are definitely not designed for people over 6 foot tall! Flores is a tiny island, only a few blocks square, in a lake. And what a beautiful setting. Quaint cobbled streets, colonial houses painted various colours and surrounded by blue waters and sunshine. Our first night was an early one as we were getting up at 3am to be at Tikal ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking