Hotel Meson del Valle
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... warming through the development of sustainable agriculture and education. He has developed an ungrafted Macadamia tree capable of surviving in the changing environmental conditions. He is educating indigenous communities about the nutritional benefits of growing these in their backyards, showing them how to prune them as a source of firewood and as an alternative to slash and burn agriculture. He is also working ...
Up at 05:30 but sleeping well away from The Fan. We were collected and drove for about an hour. Kids sold us walking sticks and off we went. The volcano walk was a climb of about 500 metres, taking us to about 2500 over sea level. If you struggled there were men selling the services of their horses which we declined. Ian hates horses. We got the opportunity to toast marshmallows. Nothing funny ...
There's no place like home... Yes I'm back in Antigua, Guatemala. I've never felt this way about a place before... Like putting on comfy pj's, like swinging in a hammock, the embrace of loved ones after a long journey. It truly feels like home, perhaps as I've been here so often. I flew from Panama City to Guatemala, with a stop in El Salvador. The flight was uneventful, but as we taxied to the pseudo gate the announcement went like ...
... around the back having a meeting before the day began. The Semena Santa (Easter week) celebrations are a big deal here. There are things going on for the whole of Holy Week. People arrive from all over the country to take part. It was extremely difficult to find any information about any of the Easter activities beforehand, so I had no idea where to head to watch. I hung around the church grounds watching the men all getting ready and sorting ...
... alfombras of the week. At 4am giant floats as described earlier were carried out of the church and went on their way. By 6am we decided to have some breakfast and call it a night. We were up again at 11am for the crucifixion where statues of Jesus are put on crosses in churches across town. We snuck in another nap before at 3pm when the purple robes become black and the funeral processions begin. The floats no longer have statues of Jesus bearing the cross, but ...