Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... got to try chocolate drinks. At the very end we got to make our own chocolates! We poured liquid chocolate into molds and put flavors and toppings in them. The guide said "pick them up in 2 hours and they'll be chocolate- hard chocolate." My whole family got separate platters! In 2 hours we picked them up. The chocolate was delicious. The day was over and I fell asleep well.
Antigua Architecture (Sam) ...
... house. We went to No Se Cafe really briefly to try a sip of mezcal (like tequila but supposed to go down smoother) and to a rooftop bar to see the city, but everyone was tired and no one had to energy to party. Everyone was beat from the nonstop activities we had done for the past 9 days. Cafe bars in Antigua (and Guatemala in general) close at 1am, but there are always after parties. Unfortunately, no one had the stamina and I thought it was best to go back to the hotel with my group.
... 8217;s no point even asking what they have any more)
Quesadillas (usually comes with poo cheese which rules that one out)
Occasionally you might be lucky and find Burritos, or Chicken with Rice/Salad, but after getting through Mexico with some other choices, and Belize with its amazing Jerk Chicken, this has been the place where I’ve really started to miss some food from home and something actually healthy.
... school buses that the US retired are running in full force as the public bus system. The black smoke they emit is gagging and even with the windows up makes you light headed.
Back to the hotel 8pm and time to get ready for the first day at the office tomorrow. Silver Tank will be here at 7:30 sharp waiting for me. Great first day. I am starting to realize how much I will actually be traveling over the next 2 months....stay tuned.
... s favourite. I think Guatemala might be mine.
I think I was feeling agitated and irritable because I was finally going to see Ash. She was meeting us at San Pedro de La Laguna. Our bus ride took about 5 hours and we arrived in San Pedro just after lunch. We were met by guides immediately as we stepped off the van. Ash had heard good things about Zoola's, and had stayed there a few times so she suggested it for us to stay. With the help of a guide we made our ...