Porta Hotel Antigua
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What a gloriously peaceful spot could stay here for a week
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After bypassing the Azores altogether I think we can count ourselves lucky that we have scored n extra day in this wonderful mountain village. Antigua used to be the capital of Guatemala and was first settled in 1545 or thereabouts but now the capital is Guatemala City which is where we landed. The flight over was a stretch at 10 hours with just …
For most of us who chose this trip to the northern hill region of Guatemala our day started well before 5am.Still dark and with a boxed breakfast we had a relatively quick trip into Guatemala City only I hour, and it was amazing to see how many people were going to work at this time of day the streets were crowded and the buses full. The people …
Today I made the most of being able to wander at will and view some of the local handicrafts at my leisure. This trip is not organised for much shopping so you need to make time if there is something that takes your eye. Everything is extremely colourful as you could imagine but there are some little treasures if you look hard enough. I hope that …
... br> It was time for me to learn some Spanish, so we signed up for a week long crash course. Myself to get the basics, Stan to get a deeper understanding of the language, as he is already quite fluent. We went to a different host family, because otherwise I'd be too tempted to ask Stan to translate for me. My family was OK, not the warmest, most welcoming people, but friendly enough. You could tell that they did it more from the money than for a ...
... had been dumped in Lake Suchitlan and although he was young he can remember people getting severely beaten, maimed and killed for either no reason or for the tiniest offences, that those in charge wore boots like traffic cops do and helmets and bullied poor people, that the only way that peace was made was through help from the church and the Americans (C.I.A). Ruben is a great talker and I am glad we met.
I started to look around and take pics of the many interesting ...