Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
What LP says: In all the long, earnest discussions about where to get off the beaten track in Guatemala, you can be sure the name Antigua won't come up. This is fantasyland – what the country would look like if the Scandinavians came in and took over for a couple of years. It’s a place where power lines run underground, building codes …
... news conferences, each time raising the number of casualties. Touring the affected area, he said 40 deaths had been confirmed in San Marcos province and another eight in neighbouring Quetzaltenango. He said 23 people were still missing and 153 were being housed in emergency shelters. Worst-hit was the town of San Marcos where many buildings were damaged and more than 30 destroyed completely. Speaking in San Marcos, Mr Perez Molina said: "It's very sad ...
It's been a little while since I posted anything and for good reason. This past Thursday I got sick. Really sick. Throughout the afternoon and evening, I mostly just felt queasy and a loss of energy, so I laid in bed during most of that time. Right around 9 pm though, some fever hit me like nobody's business. My temperature must have been well over 100 degrees, because I needed four blankets ...
I am hoping that the photos will help to fill in some details from the week....I will probably be adding more of them later, but here are about 130 or so to give you a taste of the week.
Thank-you all for your prayers and support of this week. The week overall went well, and while we are still "processing" the week, we are beginning to pray about what "next time" will look like....you can pray with us about that, too.
Home sweet home,
... gebucht und das waere alles nicht deren Problem.
In diesen Momenten bin ich ja immer besonders ruhig.. das fuehrte dann auch nach 30 min. zu einem Ergebnis (vielleicht kamen wir auch zu dem Ergebnis weil Franzi immer schoen freundlich geblieben ist..) auf jeden Fall mussten wir in Antigua uebernachten und am naechsten Tag weiter..allerdings ohne weitere Kosten.
Auf gehts nach Rio Dulce (die zweite)!!
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsHostal Antigua Antigua Guatemala
This hostel is extremely clean! Kitchen facilities available on the roof terrace and you can use a neighbouring hotel's pool facilities etc. for a small fee. In a great location also two blocks from the main square.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.