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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... ver quien de las dos la terminar mas rapido!” Ixchel and I looked at each other with enthusiasm and said “si por supuesto!” We quickly sat down and she first showed us how it was done. Once we both learned it very well and practiced, she asked us if we were ready. We were nervous as she was handing us our supplies, then she said you may begin. We started, it was nerve racking because if we messed up one step the whole skirt’s design ...
We got to the farm by a pick up truck sitting on the back like a true Guatemalan. We arrived and had to walk down a hill to get there but was well worth it. View and accommodation was amazing been on some treks up the mountain. Been healthy lots of good food and relaxing in hammocks. Tomorrow we going back to town to learn some Spanish for a week then of to the big lake about 2hours away suppose be beautiful. Talk soon in Spanish ...
... it was once the capital of Spanish Central America. The streets are, of course, cobbled and the buildings pastel coloured. There are plenty of ruins around too, old churches showing the effects of the 1773 earthquake. Most of the utility cables are hidden, so the city looks better than most colonial cities. Volcan de Agua looms over the town, though we couldn't see the top of it due to cloud cover. There was more traffic than ...
... Turkish. There were Yemenites and an Algerian Jew there to name but a few, though almost everybody present at the dinner were Israeli´s and there could well have been 75-100 people there. It was a very jolly experience and after ritualistically washing my hands (3nd time I have done this before as this is not done by liberals), I had to be silent until the prayers for the challah. Plates of every Israeli dip, guacamole, every variation of cold or warm carrots, potato salad, ...
... forward to immersing ourselves more in the culture…. see if I can convince Hinesh to take a salsa class with me…. :)
Day 3: today was photography day in Antigua. We set out and snapped our little hearts out. My fave place to shoot was Catedral La Antigua Guetemala, church ruins that you can walk around it. The people here are so great. At lunch we wandered past a little cafe we walked by yesterday and one of the workers remembered us, we ...