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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
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... point to look over the whole city. We enjoyed some nice meals out and generally caught up. It was really nice to be able to have normal conversations instead of the usual traveller small talk. Antigua is a very beautiful city with lots of colourful old colonial buildings. However one day was enough to get a good feel for the place before heading off to explore the rest of what Guatemala has to offer in a hire car :-)
... market, napping more, updating my journal, eating tacos, and going to bed. It was a very boring, laid back day, but I needed it. Luckily I felt 100% better today but I still wanted to take it easy and recover from the past week or so.I can't believe I forgot this! As I was walking to the market, I found my Israeli friends!! We just talked for a bit and promised to meet up later, but I was so happy and floored that we ran into each other! ...
... thing which I was disappointed at the time about but after hearing about it I'm kinda glad I didn't go anyways. Jeff had said That if I wanted to go and see a doctor about my worsening feet, Antigua would be the place to do it as it's a bit more developed here. I was very sceptical at first because he didn't understand that it would take time to heal and it wouldn't just go away over night. I know he's ...
... at about 3AM while we were sleeping. They were talking, laughing, and playing music for at least a couple hours and in their defence, may not have realized the walls were as thin as they were. Needless to say, we didn't sleep through the night and spent a couple hours awake. We can only hope this threesome is here for just a night and then things quiet down during the week so we can have some uninterrupted sleep. After all, we did book and pay for ...
... old with veneer peeling off in stark contrast to the school in Guatemala City with bright, cheerful classrooms and new equipment, just the difference in level of funding.
It was interesting to me to see the difference in the two schools, the first with a 1.6 million dollar annual budget and this one with about one-half million dollar annual budget, both serving between 400-600 children. http://www.eftc.org.uk ...