El Convento Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... so moving wasn't too bad at all.
This morning we woke up at a decent hour and we headed to the gym. Although we worked with a great trainer in Berlin, we haven't been in a gym since our stay in a luxury condo in Thailand back in April. Needless to say, we forgot any sort of program in a gym and we felt a little lost. However, this gym is well equipped and we were still able to make good use of many machines and weights for over an hour. On our way out, we ...
... to eat at Cafe Boheme and were rewarded by a personalised song by that worker. It was cute. At dinner time we chatted with Luis who educated us about the property market here in Antigua. Who knew that some of these little places were going for US$1.5m?? In between the photos and the eating I squeezed in a zumba class. The teach was a little serious but I loved it anyways, miss my zumba classes. I couldn't convince Hinesh to come with, he did T25 instead *yawn* ha ...
... that lawyers are a dogged bunch. The phone bill for that little exercise - $714. Let’s hope we get that back...
The next morning after a pretty restless sleep we had another tour booked to yet another volcano. We were on the bus by 7:30 headed to one of the three active volcanoes in Guatemala; Volcan de Pacaya.
... the town, which was a nice bonus. Also by this time, there were quite a lot of people walking around town. I noticed Antigua was very pedestrian friendly, and there weren't a ton of cars driving around. We walked through many areas including Parque Central, which was the center of town. There was live music going on, and street vendors selling all kinds of goodies. We weren't interested in buying anything from the vendors, but they were pretty aggressive in trying to ...
... we're in isn't quite Spongebob but then there is very
little requirement for a meter of road clearance over here, it is in
fact an old toyota V6 with a large attachment on the back. We
haven't named it yet as am sure it take a couple weeks to get a feel
for the character (man), a bit like naming the boys really.
The border crossing was ...