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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... ready for sale or roasting.
The best time to visit would be November to March when each process is on-going.
Our day was finished touring every street of the old town.
Apart from our disappointment with guinea pig the food has generally been excellent. Antigua was no disappointment with Grilled Shrimps and Vegetable Risotto with a mild curry sauce, and Dolly's local fish and octopus.
Tomorrow we are on the move again - so time to pack!!
... the mom’s was nice enough to take the kids to Hotel Antigua and the playground). We wanted to get a few last souvenirs. We ate dinner together one last time. We leave our hotel at 9 a.m. Guatemala time. It will be a long day of travel tomorrow.
This was a wonderful trip – awesome visit with family, made some great friends and experienced the warm hospitality of the Guatemalan people. ...
... agua that towers over the city. In fact, as I sit in this internet café, you can look out the gate and that is all that you see. It is massive and looks incredible coated in a heavy fog.
The chocolate museum was hidden in the middle of one busy street but the smell caught me from about a block away. It is a very fancy chocolate store for wealthy tourists and has a fascinating free museum attached. My Dad recommended it to me before ...
... as 340 meters. It has potential I must say and had we been warmly welcomed, seen no ambitionless hippies and not heard that the lake is full of sewerage, it would be a marvelous place to holiday.
Our time at Lago Atitlan came to an end and we headed back to Antigua. Son was most relieved.
Antigua welcomed us like a mother would a child. Our new hostel was in the best position, we had lots of time and we were very happy. This time around we were on ...
... isn't it? Perhaps the most interesting aspect of the tour was chatting with the tour guide, a local from a nearby town, and a man for whom tourism brings the promise of a better life. We had opted to go with a local tour company, not for any altruistic purpose, but because of one important reason - it was cheaper! As with anything in a tourist World, you can go basic or high-end, and often times high-end means expat-owned, ...