Crowne Plaza Guatemala
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... has a square except USA. Perhaps there is still some animosity for the US's part in the brutal civil war, and rightly so. Next we went to the 'real' city market, and biggest market in Central America. indeed it was absolutely huge and had an extra buzz around due to the holidays. We wondered there for an hour or so before checking out an arty district nearby where there was some pretty cool graffiti around. The tour finished in a plaza surrounded by the ...
... bar to watch the sunset later, so we planned on joining them then. We made a pit stop on McDonald's, which is definitely the nicest I've ever been. They have a garden with a fountain! Plus I had a Big Tasty but a chicken one... What more could you want in life! Following that we went up to the church to have a look round where a huge festival was going on and a profession through the city with a band and lots of food ...
We are in Guatemala City, and everything up to this moment has been uneventful - which is OK with us. The departure, the flight, arrival, immigration, customs, and the ride from the airport to our lodging were all just so...effortless. Praise God, because it does NOT always go down that way. Margaret and I were reflecting on God's providence in this area. Arriving in an unfamiliar foreign city at night ...
... the summit was still sitting at 3800 meters. The temperature went from a beautiful 31 degrees at our starting point to 5 degrees at the rest stop - and remember that it was only 2PM. So we pitched our tents, put on more clothing and started a fire. Almost immediately the weather set in, clouds and the wind picked up - we weren’t going anywhere. Everyone was in their tents, tucked away in sleeping bags from around 3PM until dinner time.
With dinner prepared ...
... all our shuttle travel from 2 different travel agencies without a word of English. We understood times, destinations, return dates, transfers, cost, etc. We were pretty stoked after that. Hopefully we will be able to have a basic conversation by the time we finish school on Sunday night.
We have decided to head off to a nice lake for Xmas, its called Lake Atitlan and its a couple of hours from Antigua. So we've got one more night with the host family, then we'll get a hostel ...