Hostel el Caminante
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... when you ask a price; most of the time, after bargaining to death, you can easily take home what you want for half of what they first asked. The best pieces are the ones that contain the beautiful and colorful traditional fabrics of this part of Guatemala, and we brought home a truckload of those one.
After four days between city, markets, lakes and buses, we are about to leave. I have no idea how we managed to fit everything in our backpacks, and I have no idea ...
... the next and even took us through an underwater cave that had quite limited headroom.
The pools were a lot of fun but had nothing on our next tour through a giant cave system at the Kan’Ba Caves. We chose not to take any cameras as we didn’t want a repeat of Brazil and lose yet another camera. Good thing too as it turned out ...
... saying how god is going to take over all governments and this is the dark era before all bad things come to an end. Now I’m not having a pop at religion here, everyone is entitled to their own beliefs, but surely no sane person thinks god is going to wipe away with governments hahahaha possibly the most stupid things I’ve ever heard! But yeh we were all having a good laugh about that particular pamphlet when one of the girls, not realising this old woman was ...
... li>Tim has an uncanny likeness to Karl Pilkington! Very amusing, ask him to show you his impersonation one day!!!
Passed plantations, many pineapple, banana and coconut roadside stalls and soon the landscape became a bit barren.
One spot of the journey there were ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed