Green Mountain Guest House

Address: Callejon del Hermano Pedro 12, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, 03001, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Callejon del Hermano Pedro 12, Antigua Guatemala.
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala

Cooking Up a Storm...okay no storm

A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 23, 2015

4 comments, 5 photos

... the veg mixture and make a football shape over the pepper. Dip in egg mixture and fry til golden. Our chef Angelina roasted the jalapeños while we chopped and talked about how we came to be in Guatemala. Terri has been 5 times. She has fallen in love with Guatemala and is contemplating moving here to teach. She has taken some time this summer to recharge her batteries...hey the feeling is mutual! We then began on Terri's dish., Jocón. It is ...

We are NOT "treking people"

A travel blog entry by candiceanthony on May 16, 2015

... better like I said but it was SUPER slippery and my knees were heating. It only took us like 2.5 hrs to get down and the whole time while walking down I was like I can't believe we hiked up this! Once at the bottom we all collapsed on the ground and waited for the bus back. Once we got back to the hostel I showered while Anthony got us Wendys!! It was sooooo good! Then we fell asleep at about 3pm and slept all he way through the night until 7am. 16 hours of sleep, we clearly needed ...

The silent volcano

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Apr 20, 2015

21 photos

... our mouths! Despite being here over the weekend, and it being very busy, Antigua is a laid back town, very relaxed, everything is done at walking pace..... or slower. That said there are no shortage of guns here, security guards are everywhere, even the local little pizza place has a guy standing in it with a shotgun. It seems a bit excessive, I'm not sure if he's there to deter robbers or to deal with disgruntled customers who ...

Tell me the way to Amarillo....

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Feb 12, 2015

2 comments, 13 photos

Or La Antigua Guatemala! today we are in Puerto Quetzal which is a newish port in Guatemala and whilst there is a very pretty cruise terminal area with palm trees, lots of stalls ( mainly selling the same stuff it must be said!) and a couple of cafes beyond that there is nothing but commercial stuff. David, from our Cruise Critic roll call, had arranged a private tour with Elizabeth Bell who is an American who has lived in La Antigua for 46 years and written books about ...

Antigua

A travel blog entry by jmrowantravel on Feb 01, 2015

11 photos

... for visitors 50 pence for locals £4 foreigners. The city is laid out in a grid system and the roads have numerical names. Easy to walk, but the cobblestones are uneven, one has to take care.
The first day was a Saturday and very busy with many shoppers, street musicians and street food.
The new cathedral ...