Hotel Posada De Don Rodrigo
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Fine hotel with great views of the lake
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We hired a guide to take us the rest of this week and show us around some areas of Guatemala that might take us a bit longer to find on our own and we couldn't be happier with our decision. Fausto brought us to a traditional Mayan village where they speak Ixil, a dialect of the Mayan, and still wear traditional Mayan hand made clothing. We asked …
Driving into Antigua you couldn't help notice the change in the buildings and roads. Designed in colonial times in typical Spanish style (Trinidad, Cuba and Cartagena, Colombia are very similar). Antigua was founded in 1543 and was the capital of Guatemala (which was geographically larger than current day Guatemala) until it got flattened in an …
Thursday February 12
Today, we're out the door at 8 am. We're backtracking a bit to head north to Chichicastenango. Its full name is Santo Tomás Chichicastenango, and its nickname is Chichi. The Spanish gave the town its name using the indigenous Nahuatl: Tzitzicaztenanco, or City of Nettles. Its original name was Chaviar. By any name, Chichi …
Thursday, Feb 13
This morning we leave our Posada at 8:30 o visit the textiles coop in San Antonio Aguas Calientes village. Alexander Long presents a lecture on Mayan textiles as a tradition and now a business. Weave is one of a Mayan woman's roles in the marriage partnership (plus mother and housekeeper). The men would likely be farmers. …
... for tonight's events! Turns out I had one of the craziest times ever! The gig was absolutely amazing and the atmosphere was electric!! I definitely enjoyed myself, as I sat in the corner and pretended to drum along with the band using a bar stool... May I add that this was a few rum and cokes later! The name of this blog is 'Suero Botran' which was a drink myself and hetty decided to have at one point in the night... I wish I could translate it correctly but all I can say ...