Candelaria Antigua Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... before we started living the true Guatemalan lifestyle!! These people are amazing, not just my fellow UK volunteers and my awesome in country volunteers - just the locals in this country... The happiness they have is infectious! The stories I've been told are things I'll keep with me forever... Myself and Anna met this beautiful women who was selling bracelets (Anna can speak fluent Spanish so I let her do the talking - a level spanish has let me down!) - anyway she'd ...
... to get us to Guatemala City and then we would just find a bus from there to Honduras. (We heard we could get a first class bus for like $30 so we didnt want to pay that $75) We also stopped back to talk to Jose some more about the boots. When we got back to the hostel we were informed that there is no bus from Guatemala City to la ceiba, even though that other company said there was. By this time I was freaking out because it was getting ...
... laid back. The internet is switched off at 7pm just before dinner is served, and not switched back on until the next morning. It attracts a lot of people into farming and 'permaculture' which we discover is a lifestyle much like the 'Good Life' on TV. The lodge has an avocado farm attached and several people from Canada, America and Britain work here on the farm and at the lodge and have been here for several months (or years), hoping one day to ...
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As for the harvesting and production, women are far less likely to be color blind and are able to easily distinguish the bright red coffee beans, ready for harvesting, from the green under ripe beans.
In the last five days of 2014, Sam and I visited 4 countries and endured 5 boarder crossing, bribes and all, to make it to Antigua in Guatemala in time for New Years. And I'm so glad we did, I couldn't think of a better place to spend it. Antigua, as the name suggests, is old. It was established in its little corner of a valley, between three actively puffing volcanoes, in 1541, then devastated by an earthquake in 1773. The city's strict conservation laws mean that the ...