Clarion Suites Guatemala City
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... tour which has been exhausting but fascinating and given me a real insight into a part of the world I knew little about. Guatemala wasn't completely over just yet however. On my final day, the 8 of us who remained took a ride up to an organic farm and restaurant with great views over the city and surrounding volcanoes. We were enjoying a lovely lazy lunch when with no warning, the heavens truly opened, forcing us all to take cover. Not before we'd had a chance to ...
... the United States headed for different locations in Guatemala on our flight. During our descent into Guatemala City, we could see several Volcanos off in the distance.
After going through Guatemalan customs and claiming our luggage at the Airport, we headed to the bus taking us to our home for the week. It was amazing to see how many large suitcases they could fit in the luggage rack on top of the bus. The ...
... in the front seat greeted us with a big white smile and proudly said “Welcome to Guatemala City!”. We rolled down our windows and popped both our heads out the window as we captured every moment with our high definition camera. We stayed at a relative location (The regional position or situation of a place relative to the position of other places. Distance, accessibility, and connectivity affect relative location) called, “Barcelo ...
... off she is showing that she doesn't like her daughter-in -law. 3. She also has to make her wedding outfit! The mother-in -law has to give the bride a gift too....An apron! Then the bride has to cook a meal to show how good she can cook. There is one other gift from the mother-in-law, only given once and that is a shawl to carry the baby in. It was a special insight into Mayan traditions, and a big realisation of what a life of hard work these women ...
After experiencing some Guatemalan culture yesterday, we opted for some nature and physical activity today. We were picked up at 6AM and driven to Pacaya Volcano, which is located near Antigua and is very active, with its most recent eruption taking place just 7 months ago. That last eruption was a small ash eruption that didn't cause much damage at all, but in 2010 there was a much larger eruption, which left ash many feet higher than usual. Our ...