Clarion Suites Guatemala City
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... hints. They took this cruise 2 years ago. We said goodbye to them around 11am, and they went through security and customs, and Dad and I went to do some errands downtown Guatemala City. We then were eating lunch at the Oakland Mall food court, when Dad checked him iphone and read an email from Jim. Titled: HELP! Jim had taken his Macbook Pro out of his computer case and ...
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get a chicken bus here from Antigua (one a day at 7am from El Mercado I think) but as friends had recently been robbed ont his route and it was a long journey for a chicken bus, we went on a shuttle, which was actually reasonable priced. The road isn't great so we and our stomachs were quite glad that we had gone for this option!
I think that it was around this point that we realised that the Lonely Planet guide that I had purchased ...
... between retaining Mayan tradition and providing new opportunities for Mayan women remains a struggle. Rigoberta's bravery and sacrifice for her people really struck me. So many natives have sacrificed their lives, bodies, youth and dreams just to live humbly in the Altiplano. Her story is rather remarkable due to the fact that as a woman, who was deemed inferior in society, she was able to inspire and empower men and women alike to take action and promote political change in her ...
... br> Definitely the most interesting thing that happened on the lake – found some bars to watch Champions League and my first 90 minute game of football all season, continued to try and meat myself back to healthiness (which largely worked until I had illness in a taco for one dinner), kayaked across the lake trying to find a pier to jump off and another place I’d seen on one of Nigel’s photographs but failed and got ripped off for the kayak… Then as I then ...
... picante (spicy salsa) was delicious! Onward to the mercado and it felt like any large market in a developing country with clothes, toys, handicrafts, fruit and veg. It was very crowded and there wasn't anything we were interested in. A lot of the handicrafts are similar to the works in Peru and Bolivia. We made our way back to our accommodation and hung around until our tour briefing. Here we met half of the tour group who like us were going from ...