El Convento Boutique Hotel
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... to the South can be seen, and which would reflect on rainwater in the cobblestone street to present a complete circle.
Arrange indigenous women to walk around the park selling colorful traditional clothes. Have horse carriages and tuk-tuks ride around town. On every street, build brightly colored houses. Make bougainvilleas of various hues grow happily on their walls. Send clarineros flying around singing all day long. Over time, ...
... hike, and two days later we were on our way to hike a dormant volcano that overlooks an active one! Excited and a bit nervous, we jumped in the van with 7 other would be explorers and headed off for Volcan Acetenango (Acetenango means “Place of bamboo”, as half way up this dormant volcano, there is a cloud forest where the bamboo grows). We were due to start at about 2500m, then climb to 3500m, camp for the night and do the remaining 476m the following morning. ...
... until they returned in the 20th century. It's now a museum, working monastery and church, and seems to let the school next door use some of the rooms. It was a tad amusing reading their rendition of history since they order's full name is: The Royal, Celestial and Military Order of our Lady of Mercy and the Redemption of the Captives... really, they should be a football fanclub since their coat of arms looks like the FCB one.
While grocery shopping we discovered that ...
Drove to Florida with a stop in Hilton Head to visit Lynn and John. Spent 2 days in Sarasota then flew out of Tampa to Guatemala City which is not a pretty place. Immediately took a shuttle to Antigua, a Unesco World Heritage Site. After finding our Airbnb we walk around then to bed early, after long day of ...
... market, napping more, updating my journal, eating tacos, and going to bed. It was a very boring, laid back day, but I needed it. Luckily I felt 100% better today but I still wanted to take it easy and recover from the past week or so.I can't believe I forgot this! As I was walking to the market, I found my Israeli friends!! We just talked for a bit and promised to meet up later, but I was so happy and floored that we ran into each other! ...