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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... in the world for Easter and Antigua is THE place to be for this celebration. We were lucky to be here at this time of the year. They hold daily processions, with people dressed up in purple and white cloaks carrying a float with Jesus on it. There is a band which follows the procession and church goers follow the procession around the city. They also make these beautiful decorations on the floor which you ...
... chicken, pork, potato, rice, and beans, hot tortillas from the shop across the street. I got to make one-not too good at it! We enjoyed eating the family, playing with the children, seeing the older daughter’s career project-she wants to be an architect and designed a model of a housing project. We left full and happy, then visited the church and joined the locals visiting the lenten ...
Today I remembered the hardest part of traveling, the goodbyes. It's such a bittersweet feeling to have such a fleeting connection with people you come in contact with and truly enjoy. The best you can do is hope that you'll get to have reunions down the road, but when you're alone and your friends are leaving you, it's hard to think positively.I woke up with the boys to send them on their way and boy were they a motley crew. ...
... with the kind of people who don't care what they look like or worry about what people think, we got just got stuck in straight away. Had dinner in a restaurant called cafe sky which had one direction playing the whole time - not fun. Spag bog for dinner, missed that one way too much and then just strolled home. Travelling on some more chicken buses tomorrow and heading for another home stay soon. The journey awaits ...
... and I bought a pack and were excited to get started. The heat felt great on my hands as I held the marshmallow in the pit and the marshmallow tasted great and gooey when it was done. A few other people brought chocolate cookies and we were appreciative that they shared with us so we could make s'mores. What an experience it was to make s'mores in a crater of an active volcano! The hike back was quicker with fewer stops, but just as beautiful and ...