Filadelfia Coffee Resort and Spa
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TravelPod Member ReviewsFiladelfia Coffee Resort and Spa Antigua Guatemala
At the Filadelphia Coffee place, it's like a café where you enjoy many great foods there and some good coffee like cappuccinos.
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... walking until 11.30am. The rest of the time was spent waiting and on the faff of giving out equipment. We were expecting a 5 - 6 hour hike and weren't best pleased at the delays, meaning hiking during the heat of the day. We had been told that we would start at 2500 metres, and hike to a little over 4000 metres, camping near the top. What we didn't expect was that the other hikers would come so unprepared, with no way of attaching their sleeping bags ...
... finished, filling each and every afternoon! I did a wonderful Salsa, Bachata free lesson on the Tuesday then a Baile dance workout at the gym with Hazel on Wednesday, then another Salsa, Bachata free lesson on Thursday followed by a private Salsa, Bachata lesson with Manolo again on Friday, wonderful!! All in all learning Spanish was an intense, but great experience. On Saturday ...
... it and was mirrored by many of the locals we met. The first thing we did was climb a small hill up to a monument and marvelled at a near birds-eye view of the city. It was something special getting to see it, especially with an active volcano in the backdrop. Afterward we heading back down and explored the local and artesian markets where we indulged somewhat plus "helped the local economy". The others then went back to nap but with my ...
... and whether the back panel is the base. The complex patterns and weaving process requires a good deal of brain work and math that is way beyond me. And this is a process that's handed down across the generations of women who had little schooling and would probably be considered 'uneducated'.
Afterwards, we have a little shopping time. My shopping is minor compared to the time allotted and I wander outside for some photo ops. I spot one of those chicken buses ...
... to take a nap before he had to go into work at Zoola. It was definitely the best nap of my life. Much needed recovery from all the partying we had been doing.
We woke up in time for him to get to work but he missed a meeting he was supposed to attend. He said it was no big deal though. After he went to work I just read and had my favorite fruit bowl. I chatted ...