Hotel Casa Mia
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Pets allowed
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... up the tents, and Ken gathered firewood for the camp fire. All the while, Fuego was erupting every few minutes and we had a great view of this from our camp.
We likened the hike to the second and most difficult day of the Inka Trail. Ascending over 1000 metres over 15 kilometers on a steady uphill, with difficult footing. Except that this time, we didn't have a chance to adjust to the altitude, we had no lead in, and we had no coca leaves to keep ...
... nobody stamped our passports yet, we had to walk back to the border to find an immigration officer to make our arrival official! We caught a ride with our first ‘chicken bus’, the plan was to go to Xela in the Western Highlands but only made it as far as Hue Hue Tenango before sunset. These buses are the old yellow school buses donated to Guatemala by the US and ‘chicken’ refers to the fact that the buses are often crammed with passengers, not unlike a truck ...
... room. Here we become part of a Mayan spiritual ceremony, circled around a small, very smokey fire. We're all given different colored tiny candles, each color representing different characteristics. We go around the circle, each tossing specific colors as specified for that stage of the ceremony.
Then it's time for the grand opening of Wendy's Bar. I had been talking to Eli about how lovely the posada is with the garden patio right outside my door, along with ...
... It was ladies night at Las vibras so I went there to get free drinks, free shoulder massage and dance! It was actually really fun! I was thoroughly enjoying myself despite a girl in our group that smelled really really bad. I left at 10:30 maybe to meet up with Erick when he got off. I figured we would just go to bed since he just got off two days of working triples, but he never came back. Or at least he never came back while I was awake. So I just passed out ...
The bus journey to Antigua started of with Hilary, Kelly, Rachel and I planning the perfect hostel!!! Just a few issues with this - firstly we need the funds, secondly where would we have it and thirdly the name!! So if someone would kindly like to help us out with these dilemmas especially the funds it would be greatly appreciated.......... Antigua is surrounded by volcanoes and is extremely picturesque, what could be better than swinging in ...