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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
We traveled to Antigua only to mount the bikes that awaited us to cross around the city. The ride brought us to a square where the locals did their laundry, a church, and a macadamia farm. The next day a long walk awaited us, a walk over the Pacaya volcano, where the lava was so close to the surface you could roast marshmallows at some point in the mountain.
... the traffic and see the very popular Easter processions that are held in the streets. We arrived shortly before 8am and met the Guatemala All-Stars, which included: Cesar, his wife, and 2 kids, Roberto, his wife and baby, and Erick and his wife.
We had a delicious buffet breakfast. Omelet stations, handmade tortillas, fruits, potatoes, breads, bacon and much more was offered. All this, plus unlimited coffee for $12 a person! We ...
... but it was hot enough that you couldn’t get close to it. People distributed marshmallows and they cooked quickly with the 1000 degree lava. It’s amazing that the last eruption was only 4 years ago in 2010.
We found the local markets and wandered around endlessly looking at all the local crafts from the Mayans. After a few days, they all start to look the same, stalls full of brightly coloured clothing or rugs. We did some shopping and we ...
... to Cusco. It's likely the first destination on the itineraries of tourists in Guatemala, so it's not uncommon to run into tourists from all over the world. The elevation is 5,000 feet in Antigua, and the town is surrounded by three volcanoes, some of which are mildly active. Food in Antigua is out of this world, and photo-snapping opportunities are on every corner.
Antigua was first named Santiago de los Caballeros de ...
... goodbye (awkwardly in front of all the other shuttle passengers) three became two once again. My tears flowed freely as Ryan and I checked out of our triple room in the hostel! We then headed to Mary and Alberto’s where we stayed for our last few days in Guatemala.
Ryan, Mary and I had decided to climb a Volcano before we left and so we headed into town on Saturday to book. We opted to climb Pacaya which is one of the ...
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