Candelaria Antigua Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... very tasty. Crazily the cocktails were cheaper than the beer so we took full advantage of this!
After two days of chill we got a shuttle into Antigua where we checked into our hotel which we would be sharing with Lizzy and James (Louise's sister and husband). The city was packed full of people, here to celebrate Semana Santa, which translates as Easter week. Guatemala holds the ...
... Game to the third graders. They and the teacher loved it.
Our lunch today was at a local home. But first we had to shop for the ingredients. Marty and I were assigned rosa de jamaice, dried hibiscus for making tea. We bought it from a very nice lady who helped us decide how much to buy. Once at our host home we participated in the preparation of our lunch. Lunch was delicious! ...
... were fighting because Dayne refused to follow the rules and be a baby. Eli was hitting on me and another girl named Alice. Tom and Hannah were just canoodiling the whole time. And they were all high on coke. It was lame. To be fair, Jack actually really surprised me and apologized about the whole coke thing and said he was embarrassed of his friends. From the time I met him to now, he really proved himself to be cooler than I initially thought. ...
... for the day was a salsa lesson! In a small studio just across town with a local guide who was probably no taller than me but just the way he moved, you could so tell he was Latino. His hips moved interdependently to the rest of his body. I suppose if you've grown up with it though it's just what you do. Spent an hour trying to perfect the it and it actually looked pretty good by the end. Real good fun and ...
... are still very uncertain. Our own children and grandchildren have no idea how hard life can be.
After the tour kids are back in class now and we are split into three groups, George, Carol and I go into a 2nd grade classroom where the teacher introduces us and then divides her class into groups. We each join a group, on the floor. George’s group of boys is working on a puzzle and my group of ...