Hotel Convento Santa Catalina
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... out of this van I remember being so thirsty, heart racing and your adrenaline is just running through your body, you keep thinking this isn't real, this can’t be happening.
Finally something happens we get stuck in a ditch after they had a discussion, we were then taken out one by one and searched. For me this is one of the moments that replays in my mind. I was taken out you and had to keep your head down as I looked down I could see my hands shaking uncontrollably I ...
... what would happen if it rained. It would simply be a mud track which would surely be impossible to use as it was so steep in parts, there would be no way you could get any traction. Thankfully the surface was baked fairly hard with the dry weather.
By this time we were about three hours into the journey, but at least we heading in the right direction. Or so it seemed. Every so often the driver would stop and check with farmers and cyclists that we were ...
... Year's day mass. The atmosphere outside was festive with food and other stalls. Inside, we saw a few faithful make their way up the aisle on their knees.
Many other beautiful churches and buildings were either still awaiting renovation or were closed for the holiday. Nevertheless, walking down the quiet streets allowed us to soak in the atmosphere of ...
... We watched about 7-10 kites attempt to fly, one having great success, before we decided to start making our way back to our meeting point.
Getting out of the field area was an event in itself. With so many people trying to head in every direction, we were pushed from every angle possible. It is very unlike either of us but at certain points we both had to push back in order to make it anywhere or avoid bruises. It was a great relief when ...
... me. The farm is close to Antigua and open to the public; rumor has it that they have a little café with “to die for” macadamia nut pancakes – maybe next time.
Sorry, no photos except for this one of the outdoor restroom, too busy have arms and legs massaged with oils.
We returned to Antigua with time for a little time to explore before happy hour and dinner. Another incredible day. ...