Candelaria Antigua Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... up for 6 hours straight, that doesn't seem that hard, but let me tell you, it was near impossible and like I said I felt like I was being tortured and had no idea why I had put myself through this. I also wondered why anyone would want the job of a tour guide. You could not pay me enough to even do this hike again. I would not do it for 100 billion dollars, that's how bad it was. Every 20 minutes I thought about turning back. The girl in front of us kept throwing up because ...
... food restaurants and not-so-fast food restaurants around town, concentrated more in the center.
You cannot forget to celebrate Lent in the most unique way in this part of the world. Every Sunday in Lent, take out a procession from a different church. It should start in the morning, make its way through the streets of the town, and return to the church at night, after more than 12 hours. About 100 men should carry the anda (altar) ...
... has kept a lot of its old world colonial charm. With cobbled streets, horse drawn carriages, colonial architecture and friendly locals. We met up with the Canadian couple we had met in Tikal and went to a wine bar, where Jen could FINALLY get some decent red wine!
Onward and southward! El Tunco beach in El Salvador was to be our next stop. We both had really loved Guatemala. The people, sights and the general feel of the country was great, and we would love to come back one ...
... the group. I stumbled up to Ericks bed where he was napping like usual.
Instead of going on the pub crawl with Belinda like I said we would do, I instead went to get groceries for dinner and breakfast with Erick. Then we went back to my room, napped and talked a bunch before finally getting up to make ourselves dinner. We ate and then went back to bed where we fell asleep pretty ...
... fast flowing river we stayed in a little wooden cabin comprising of two bedrooms downstairs and two smaller ones upstairs, our room was on the bottom. The full day tour the following day of the caves and Semuc Champey was truly amazing, although perhaps slightly scary at times! After just a couple of nights we were on the move again. Our journey towards the Pacific ocean and some hope of surfing was getting closer as we stopped in Anitgua, Guatemala. This is a beautiful ...