El Carmen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... either destined for the local market or having brought them from the local market and taking them home!
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A chicken bus is a colloquial English name for a colorful, modified and decorated bus that transports goods and people ...
... we had a few more drinks and entered the ground, the local fans were wild, very loud with drums and chanting all game! Nothing like an english game so it was great to have been involved. During the first half antigua scored, the crowd went even wilder, if thats even possible, cannons of green and white confetti was sprayed into the air, it was unreal. At half time we asked were the half time pub was, the response we got was ...
... and choose subway for my first guatemalan meal lol... still had to fuddle my way through ordering my chicken sub... which ended up being bbq rib (fail to kelly), walked around a few blocks trying not to look too much like a tourist, found a spa to have my acrylic nails cleaned up, and then back to the hotel for a few coronas and a skype call to ma & pa. Wandered next door for dinner and now back in my room for a well deserved early night.
... to 7 children each who struggle with nutrition. In the long term they hope to be able to sell the vegetables. They would also like to grow fruit in the future.
In addition to using the system they train people in the community so they can start their own mini systems at home. During the week the teachers teach the kids and the pastor teaches groups from the community.
We also had the opportunity to visit the school that the ...
... Luckily we told them that it wasn't such a bad thing. They have 12 days to get to Mexico City for their flights. They seemed happy when we said they'd get the buses they needed.
A quick hop to the border. Odd to now be in the shuttle bus so I could leave my bag behind. A stamp in my passport and the forms stapled in on arrival were removed. No payment required. Money changers hassled us when we arrived, I now felt happy to change my money. There's a ...