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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... sell their beautiful colorful wears!! I think you have a gift coming Sheri!?!?! I then headed off to explore my favourite city Antigua! I was dead tired, however it could have been the beer, sitting on the patio at the hotel, watching the sunset over Volcan Aqua...I retired early but it's all worth the hassle of the day!!! Another beautiful day in Antigua woke early and wandered ...
... hours up a steep mountain on volcanic terrain (read take one step just to slide further back from where you started). I stopped so many times and was by far the weakest link in the group. It was so mentally challenging to keep telling myself to keep going. Hinesh stayed with me the whole way and kept encouraging me as it got harder. Not once did he take off even though he was a lot fitter than me. We got to base camp around 1pm and the cold set in. It was way too cold ...
... was all in our backpacks We met the group and headed off on the hour long drive to the volcano. We were with a really great group of people and immediately warmed to a couple from New Zealnd. Within the first 20 minutes of the hike we were exhausted. We completely underestimated the difficulty of the hike and how weak we were from a week of illness in El Salvador. The majority of the hike was up a steep gravel path and the loose gravel literally made it feel ...
... no hablamos español." (Meaning I'm so sorry we don't speak Spanish). She chuckled out loud and I turned to Stuie and said "do you know how funny that would have been if you actually took the basket from her head as she wanted but then as you thought she wanted, put it on your head, she would have been very very confused. We laughed and laughed again, at the idea of what could have just happened. Another beautiful moment of language barriers and different cultures. So while ...
... 40. At least I knew where the money was going to and not to a middle person trader.
Antigua Guatemala (commonly referred to as just Antiguais a city in thecentral highlands of Guatemala famous for its well-preserved Spanish Baroque influenced architecture as well as a number of spectacular ruins of colonial churches. It has ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet