Hostel el Caminante
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hostel el Caminante Antigua Guatemala
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... and moved out, this time getting a tuc tuc to help us deliver all our gear. The new place was fabulous in comparison, it had a window which made us both fall in love with it. We ended up staying another 3 nights in Antigua in this place. Once the clouds cleared a bit later in the day we realised our window looked directly onto Volcan Agua so that was a nice surprise. I also learnt stairs can be good and in fact can give you a nicer view. All the steps up ...
... course unlucky as it turned out to be disgusting! Chocolate turned out to be cocoa powder and water, and we couldn't get passed that to even taste the banana. I tried to give it to a little street kid and he picked up on of the bananas a kept looking between me and banana asking what it was. Every time I said it was banana he said no it wasn't and eventually had a lick, dropped it straight back onto the paper plate a looked at me in shock that I had persuaded ...
... I managed to have a great skype chat to Lozza, I'd hardly spoken to anyone from home in the past month, which had been a wonderful disconnection from it all, but I was so happy to hear her voice and touch base on everything happening back home. So finally we woke the following day and the safety warning had been lifted so we were up and out the door at 5:45am to do a sunrise hike up the volcano. We were both super excited I'm not going to lie!! The eruption a few days prior meant we ...
Another long relocate day from Rio Dulce to Antigua. Sunrise and the local fishermen were out.
Back on the boat at 7.40 am for the short hop back over to Rio Dulce and ...
... para for 4 hours each day! Serve loads of coffees and have some snack foods available - both average. Food: As we were in the home stay for 8 nights we had all of our meals included. Before and after the home stay we were able to try some nice places including: - Vino y Queso (Wine and Cheese). They serve, wine and cheese, and make great pizzas. We were very happy with the pizzas. It was a little more expensive here, for Antigua standards. We ate here at the suggestion ...