Hotel La Sin Ventura
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Good for a night's stay, comfy beds, clean rooms, nice hot shower... very noisy though with windows facing corridors with music blaring from a disco and a bar downstairs.
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The trip to Antigua was a long and winding one. Not the best for one person recovering from a stomach bug and one trying to keep it at bay! We had made the 8.5hr trip by mid afternoon, and found a place to crash for the night. It was comfortable and central, which was great as we needed to do a bit of admin the next day. Part of that admin would be …
... shields and rifles on the pitch and police standing on the roof of the pavilion. Lots of noise from the crowd, drums and trumpets. Mexican wave, great atmosphere, we loved the experience.
When OUR team scored the stadium went crazy with green and white (team colours) bits of paper were strewn.
The bus station is next to a very busy market. The busses are old ex yellow school busses from ...
... as well as I do...It is so necessary to leave our country to be reminded of how much we have-an abundance of everything! We will be up bright and early tomorrow morning heading to the highlands of Guatemala-cant wait!!! Looking forward to seeing the Agrellas family tonight!!
... our honesty family we said our farewells and then headed back to the boat to get back to Panajachel where we all meet up with Sabrina and Poppy. Our private transport arrived to take us all back to Antigua. Although we didn't have aircon, it wasn't too much of a problem as we could open the windows and feel the nice breeze coming in. Either way, it was still better than spending 4 hours on a chicken bus. ...
... and a stop on the way back to swim in the largest lake Izabal. Next stop was Rio Dulce which offered total relaxation....wooden huts and tree houses right on the river bank, only accessible by boat. A couple of days to swim, kayak, walk, enjoy thermal springs, try local river fish Mojarra and Robalo. With batteries recharged we moved onto Antigua Guatemala, unfortunately getting held up for several hours on the road with a demonstration, which stopped ...