Hotel Los Nazarenos
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... staff come and light the candles below a statue of a Saint that is set into the wall outside our room. The candles and the courtyard garden add a sense of tranquility, that is soon lost once you walk back out onto the street. It's Friday night and the narrow pavements are heaving. We grab something to eat, once again in our best pidgeon Spanish, grab a couple of beers and call it a night. Tomorrow we will explore the cobbled streets of Antigua more ...
It’s a woman’s world at Finca Filadelfia Coffee Plantation. Or so the guide would have us believe. Women play a tremendous role in the coffee growing, harvesting and production. This isn’t necessarily a surprise, but the reasoning wasn’t exactly what I had expected.
We get an early start to have ourselves sorted before our 9am pick up for our hike up a local volcano named Pacaya. It was a pretty average sleep with more commotion in the dorm around 330-4am last night. But finally things quietened down and we got some sleep. Slam down our corn flakes, shower, smash a few coffees and we are ready to roll. As expected, our pick up is few mins late so Purto ducks to the toilet. Of course, the driver arrives when he's just gone in and so says he will ...
... We got back in the bus and drove back to Antigua to our hotel. We had showers, my feet were black! And then met up with the group for lunch. We went to Hectors bistro for lunch which was really expensive, but my meal beef tenderloin sandwich was really nice, Dylan was not as impressed with his duck. From here Dylan and I wandered towards the bus station to have a look at the pimped up busses. We then decided to go and check out the chocolate museum. On our way back we ...
... up all three volcanoes, but itīs recommended to be escorted by a local guide who knows the way up very well. Last but not least the volcanoes are believed to be common crime scenes because of robberies executed by some of the local people. We canīt say if itīs true or if they say it just because they want foreigners to pay for a guide. Unfortunately we didnīt climb any of these volcanoes because it was way too expensive (around UD 80 per person). Many people take tours ...