Hotel Casa Mia
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Pets allowed
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... any rocks?" He shook his head with an unsure confidence, but it was good enough for me. A couple of us climbed to the edge and jumped. I screamed because I was surprised at how long it took to hit the water, not because I was at all nervous. It must have been a good 60 foot fall. I hit the water with my mouth open. On impact my jaw slammed shut, but I had no time to consider the pain. I needed to surface and swim to the riverbank. The current was strong from ...
... but when he got to the ATM his cards still didn't work so he was running through the city of Antigua trying to find a the hostel we were staying at so he could find my credit card. After half and hour he finally came back to the restaurant and paid with MY credit card. Happy birthday to me! Haha. After dinner we went to this bar called Cafe Nose but it was like dead so we had one drink and left to go to bed! haha which I was more than content with doing. And that ends my 21st ...
... to learn about Antigua’s history.
The entire city of Antigua is an UNESCO World Heritage Site, not just a building here and a ...
... didn't want them to know I had heard it all. When I eventually did escape, I dressed and went for breakfast at café rainbow on a recommendation from my boys. I joined a group, including Nadja, to the market where we ended up shopping for most of the day. I got another top and gifts for Jess and Alysa. Nadja got some shirts and a bag for her mom. Then we had lunch at my favorite Mexican spot. Turns out it was Assafs birthday, so then ...
... arrive. The group arrived then Rafael turned up at about 8:20 with the bus and we packed our bags under a tarp on the top and were off on our way to Antigua. It was spitting a little bit as we went up the range and there was a nice rainbow. On the other side of the range it started ******* down. We stopped at Chichoy restaurant at 9:30 for breakfast. It was pretty freezing so they bought us a portable fire and we hovered around it like camping. I had the ...