Clarion Suites Guatemala City
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Free airport shuttle
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We set off on our journey to what would be our homes for the next 9 weeks! My team consists of Anna, Hetty, Jenny, Mobeen, Kerry, Hannah, David and Lewis - they are the most awesome people ever and we couldn't wait to meet our family! The other team would be staying in a youth hostel (Hahahaha sucks to be you) and we would be living in a family home who were originally form Ecuador! So the bus pulled up into the ...
... hold my own on hikes and such. So I just thought people were being wimps. They also told us that it was cold sleeping over night and again I was like pfft, I'm Canadian, I don't feel cold! Okay anyways let me continue. So we emptied all of Anthony's stuff into a bag and took his big backpack. We then went to a travel office where they gave us the sleeping bags, foamies, food and a tent. Poor Anthony had to carry so much. On the drive to the volcano this lady gave us all a mickie ...
We left the home stay family after having breakfast with the whole family. Mari wasn't feeling too good so I had breakfast with them which consisted of black beans, boiled eggs, a block of goats cheese and tortilla. We said goodbye and made our way to the dock to get our boat back to Panajachel and then onto a bus to Antigua. Once we reached Antigua in the afternoon we purchased our overnight bus tickets to Flores and bought some food for the ...
... somewhat limited English, but what he knew was very impressive since he has taught himself over the last three months from watching TV. Along the hike up the volcano he stopped to show us a geothermal energy plant created and owned by Israel that is funded by the US to provide energy to El Salvador. It's a very global world we live in for sure! We also stopped to marvel at views of volcanic lakes and Guatemala City not too far off in the distance. ...
... mattresses covering the floor, but it was fine for us. We went to explore the beautiful city set between volcanos that afternoon. It's made up of loads of colourful streets and we wandered the cobblestones, grabbing food here and there. I got an amazing tortilla covered in guacamole, spicy sauce, onions and cheese, it was so good. We decided to walk up to the Christ statue on ...