Green Mountain Guest House

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

A respite...

A travel blog entry by fancythat on Aug 01, 2014

5 photos

... decoration, while others had certain rules on how the costume was to be worn. Some towns had certain decoration that was unique to that area( birds, flowers, beading) When we left the museum one of the woman called us over and offered to have me dress in the men's traditional wedding ceremonial costume. It consisted of a black tunic, a colorful belt and a straw cowboy like hat. She did not offer the white long shorts, as I was already wearing shorts. She really liked ...

Day 10 (Trip 2, Day 1) - Guatemala

A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Mar 14, 2014

4 photos

... take a chance to look around, get some photos. Antigua is the old capital of Guatemala and was once the most important city in all of Central America as it was once the seat of the Spanish colonial government. The roads in Antigua are just rocks, I'm not 100% sure if cobblestone is the right word, but it certainly is bumpy. The driver who drive me to the hotel advised me they will never change the roads here, I thought that was a bit strange, however I've since ...

"Got a quetzal?" "Erm...The bird or money?"

A travel blog entry by purcy on Jan 25, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... bus and sells banana cake for less than a dollar. The bakeries are incredible and I may have visited one everyday. Apparently, Guatemala has a very high diabetes rate. Understandable. Raju and I even went to a chocolate workshop. I was in heaven. We roasted the beans, ground them, made various different chocolate drinks and my favourite part: made our own chocolates. I added mint, orange, almonds, macadamia and sprinkles to different ones and then had ...

Day 5: Steel Toed Boots, and Blazer

A travel blog entry by msj322 on Jan 23, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... it used to be in North Carolina. Duke bought the plant about 6 years ago, however it was already 10 years old and did not meet emission standards in NC. They disassembled it piece by piece and "shipped" it to Guatemala, then re-assembled it! I cannot really understand how this could have been cheaper than just building a plant with local materials.

We finished up around 5pm and changed out of our steel toed boots, ...

Day 103 - Antigua to lake Atitlán

A travel blog entry by kittysheeran on Jan 09, 2014

6 photos

Today was possibly one of the worst bus journeys of travelling. It's definitely a top five contender! The 'bus' to lake Atitlán is a mini van/shuttle bus which is filled to capacity (meaning even the horrid little fold down seats that have no leg space near the doors) Chris's and I got a seat at the front behind the driver where there's a tiny bit more space. The roads are just awful in Guatemala we ...