Hotel Casa Serena
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... ice-cream; they are everywhere in Guatemala.
Appetite sated, we walked down 6a Avenida, the main pedestrianized street radiating south from the plaza. While it has cafes, ice-cream parlors, restaurants and the like and seemed very busy, it was curious that it appeared to be the only street with any kind of activity. We peered into the cross streets as we passed them, several seemed uninviting with a series of crumbling houses, ...
... to Semuc Champey we took tubes and headed up river where we started by taking a huge swing and jump. My double back flip had me landing awkwardly on my back giving me a nice red glow for the rest of the day. Next we swam behind a waterfall and climbed into a small cavern behind the falls and jumped around 5m to the water below, you know as you do. In tubes and we drifted about 1km down the picturesque stream to get off at the traffic bridge. The 12m bridge would be ...
... could see 3 or 4 Volcano peaks from our hostel terrace, one of them smoking, and had a great view over the city as well.
One day we went on a hike to an active volcano near Antigua and it was a lot of fun and very spectacular although a pretty tough hike. We toasted some marshmallows over the hot lava and had a great day. Just before we had booked the trip 2 girls from the UK told us that they had been robbed the day before by 4 guys with machetes and ...
... here at Hope of Life. We also had another group of 3 girls, 2 of which are summer interns and the third was a sister escorting her, hop on the bus. While we waited, we were able to see some local women wearing traditional dress in bright colors.
Then we drove to Pollo Campero for lunch - yummy fried chicken, fries, roll and flan. It was pretty fun watching the bus drivers get in and out of the parking lot, plus there was a security guard ...
... in colourful patterns to represent a carpet. In what would have taken days to build the result was definitely worthwhile. These however were swept away about 24 hours after we saw them.
The mobile Burger King on wheels that we saw in El Salvador had nothing on this place. You wouldn't even know it was there walking past it. Still, it was ...