Hotel Convento Santa Catalina
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... us. Nature was not playing ball. We were able to watch three separate thunderstorms in the distance, with huge amounts of lightening happening in the distant clouds, and stars shining overhead. We could also see the lights of Guatemala city in the distance. We were the last people awake, waiting for the volcano to blow, before finally retiring for the night.
The tents turned out to be a 2 man, a 4 man, and a 5 man, for 13 people. That didn't add ...
... in a movie, it was scary dirty. We found a very nice, cheap hotel close to the bus station. We ended up being stuck in Hue Hue Tenango for three days since both of us became sick from some street food, after which we moved on to Xela.
QUETZALTENANGO (XELA) hiking to the highest peak in Central America: The majority of travellers in Xela are either learning Spanish or hiking one of the surrounding volcanoes. English is not widely spoken in Latin America and many ...
... of the others. We're off at 6:15 and walk to the flower market with the beginning of dawn. The streets are wonderfully quiet, just a few folks about setting up their businesses. The market is a major bus stop as well. We get to see some of these amazing works of mobile-art up close. I catch of few getting their morning bath from their devoted drivers.
Apparently, they are old school buses from the US that have a second life here as passenger buses. I later ...
... a bra on was one of the most painful things ever! I had to saw goodbye to the Dutchies and Adelaide in the morning which was tough. They were all headed north to Semuc Champey.
After I ate dinner, I went back to Tropicana and watched movies, read, and just kinda chilled out until Erick got off. Then we just watched an episode of modern family on his computer and then passed out. Quite the uneventful day, but it was much needed after the day ...
... here! No hike to a view point is complete without a visit to McDonald's!! In our defence it was the nicest McDonald's I have visited, we sat and relaxed in the courtyard! You can't visit here without hiking up a volcano, we hiked up the active volcano Pacaya. The last eruption was only about ten months ago and is the only volcano to have a shop on the side of it! It took about an hour and half to reach the top where we were treated ...