Hotel Los Nazarenos
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... all ended well. I mean, there was a funny bit when the neighbor came home and tried to help, but one pair of stubborn undies that he tried to toss up just kept floating back down. It was a funny night. She's a trooper fo sho. ;)
At Kairos we learned about propulsion. Katrina, Chris and I tried several times to demonstrate how the force of letting the air out elongated balloons on a ...
... balcony, more again, plus tip! There are many celebrations to do with the Catholic church. We witnessed one just as we were leaving. Pretty flower designs called alfombras are laid out on the street and swept away after the procession has passed over them. One thing that delighted me was the sight of a man wheeling a wheelbarrow with a car battery in it, a man next to him holding a pole on which were attached two megaphones and a third one with the microphone calling out loudly! ...
... has kept a lot of its old world colonial charm. With cobbled streets, horse drawn carriages, colonial architecture and friendly locals. We met up with the Canadian couple we had met in Tikal and went to a wine bar, where Jen could FINALLY get some decent red wine!
Onward and southward! El Tunco beach in El Salvador was to be our next stop. We both had really loved Guatemala. The people, sights and the general feel of the country was great, and we would love to come back one ...
... faja is actually a belt, worn wrapped, usually several times, around the waist, securing the wrap-style skirt.
At the coop, we're ushered into a small room with chairs facing a wall hung with easily a dozen women's blouses of a variety of patterns and colors. After being offered tea, we settle in while Alexander explains the method of weaving and how to judge quality of work based upon how much 'base' is covered by artwork, the number of patterns that are ...
... a tiny family-run restaurant where everyone is issued a marker and instructions to write on the walls (and where they did great steak), drinks on a roof terrace (sadly no sunset to be seen due to the ash) and ending up in a fantastically sketchy dive bar, where we drank wine and illegal mezcal and put the world to rights. So far Guatamala is fantastic and Antigua is one of, if not my favourite place we've been to so far. Love to all, ...