Hotel Los Pasos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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This morning, we head out to more fully explore Antigua's narrow cobblestone streets and churches. From our hotel on Calle de Pasos (street of the steps) we can begin a walking route that is the site of processions during religious celebrations. The route includes a series of 13 small buildings with …
We have seen the colorful painted school buses a.k.a. chicken buses all through our travels; they are typically jammed with people and merchandise piled on top; this morning we ride one into Jocotenango, "sin pollos".
We find Antigua's “transit center …
After a miserable overnight chicken bus (the cheap local buses) where I did not get a wink of a sleep, we arrived in Guatemala City. We arrived at 5am and had to wait almost three hours for our connection which we were told would be five minutes. We were all knackered and irritable and it did not help that Central Americans definitely work on their own time. They could not care less how long the wait was for us as long as they could ...
I woke up at a decent hour and got breakfast and read by the pool until Erick woke up. Apparently, there was a private party thing going on at Zoola the night before so they kept the bar open late, till almost 2 in the morning. So needless to say he slept in quite late. We decided to go for the beach idea so I booked our bus tickets and accommodation for Friday and Saturday. ...
... at just how rustic this place was. There were a few wooden and thatched roofed buildings spread among palm trees, almond trees, grass and sand. It was pretty idyllic and they had great food as well. Rachael's approaching birthday was a great excuse for a little bit of luxury though so after a couple of nights we moved to the hotel. Although we continued going back to visit Surf Camp every day for food, drink, surfboard rental, and to talk to others working and/or staying ...