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... for different cultures. Our workshop guide explained how an Irish man was the first to add milk to chocolate and how it was discovered that the butter and powder could be separate from the bean to create two products. This decreased the value of chocolate because the cacao butter began to be sold for beauty products where there was a lot more money to be had and other ingredients could be added to make chocolate cheaper. This process ...
... cheating, but bugger it, sometimes you are allowed to take the easy way. Our driver, who owned the company, was happy to give us some advice about places to see in El Salvador also.
On Sunday we visited the historic centre of town. The highlight was the market, which sprawled through two buildings and into several streets. It was happily chaotic, loud, and offered everything, legal and otherwise. The historic ...
... community originally brought over by the British as slaves. So there was a very interesting atmosphere, much more relaxed and reggae-infused! That night we stayed in Flores, a tiny island in the middle of another lake which had originally been used as a stronghold by the Spanish. There were lots of nice restaurants dotted around the tiny cobbled street island but we were a little sick of the local food (some people manifested said sickness through a number of bodily functions) ...
... passeggiando per le vie di Antigua, facendo migliaia di foto e scoprendo ogni volta angoli pił pittoreschi; siamo stati al mercato artigianale e a quello locale, un labirinto di bancarelle nel quale ci siamo quasi persi. Gli altri giorni passati qui li abbiamo usati per fare un paio di gite nei dintorni, che poi tanto dintorni non sono.
Spinti dalla voglia di sfruttare in pieno il poco tempo a disposizione in questo Paese, siamo andati fino al Lago ...
The city of Antigua Guatemala, meaning 'Old Guatemala' is a UNESCO World Heritage site and was once the capital of Guatemala. After it was badly damaged by several earthquakes in the 18th Century, the city was abandoned and the capital moved to what is now Guatemala City. This abandonment resulted in the architecture and cobbled streets being retained and unchanged for many years, and it was recognised and protected by UNESCO in 1979.