La Casona de Antigua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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Drove to Florida with a stop in Hilton Head to visit Lynn and John. Spent 2 days in Sarasota then flew out of Tampa to Guatemala City which is not a pretty place. Immediately took a shuttle to Antigua, a Unesco World Heritage Site. After finding our Airbnb we walk around then to bed early, after long day of ...
... cool experience. It almost felt as if we were on a different planet. Unfortunately, it was also the coldest part of the hike since there was no shelter from the wind at all. On the edge of the crater, there is a store selling unique items made from lava. It was interesting to look at these souvenirs before heading to an area where there is some geothermal heat generated. A few holes have been dug in this area so that we could roast ...
... the Stations of the Cross, Number I starts from San Francisco, and XIII ends at the El Calvario Church (Calvary Church). All stations are identical in form but the last three located inside the El Calvario Church have additional decorations and a baroque tinge.
We met Virginia, our country director. She was warm and welcoming! Lunch was served and waiting for us! Seasoned beef with potatoes, green beans and melon juice. Our accommodations are comfortable. We have a guard 24 hours and we feel very safe. After settling in, we went downtown for shopping in the central square. We met another volunteer, Ashley from South Dakota who is 20 years old and very sweet. Orientation is ...
... steep hill at our next stop on the boat, en-route to a local Plannaterra Eco Project – at a lakeside village called San Juan.
We visited a local Mayan art gallery with various pieces of artwork on-sale, most of which was actually really good. Still, seeing as I don’t even have a home just now as well as having 5 months of backpacking on the horizon, it seemed a bit pointless me buying anything. Next up, a local weaving project ...