Hotel Meson del Valle
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... where I was from and I said America. He smiled and said he was American too. I asked where from and he said "Here, Guatemala. Miss, We are all Americans". Touche. We indeed are all Americans - so now I am from the States - Seattle, Washington to be exact. Oh the Gringo in me!!
Today: more wandering - more smiles - more great food - a few pictures ( I forgot the cord to download pictures from my ...
... opted to wake up at 5am to watch the sunrise from our camp. It was beautiful, and we could see Pacaya gently smoking in the distance, as well as Fuego blow every few minutes, giving out varying amounts of smoke and hot rocks.
We packed up and left camp at 7.30am, after a breakfast of cake and fruit and half a cup coffee, and started down the treacherous scree to the bottom again. The first section, the ups and downs of the previous day, was hot ...
Hazel and I walked Antigua, boy did we walk! I don't think there was a place we left unvisited or a stone left unturned!! The narrow streets of ancient cobblestone with their skinny footpaths encroached upon by window sills and grates and constricted by high walls felt very enclosing at first. And, to top it off, I had great trouble getting my bearings in this city with no street signs. But I soon discovered beautiful courtyards and splendid gardens were hidden behind these walls. ...
... way and lunch stop. By now the bug had taken a firm grip on Jen, and she was unable to even keep water down up to this stage. But she managed a small cracker that would be her lunch. The combination of the bug and altitude (we were now at over 3000m) was taking its toll on Jen. We pushed on slowly and eventually made it to the camp site before sunset. It was an amazing hike that passed through the farm lands below (somehow they manage to farm on 45deg slopes!), the cloud ...
So it turns out I was a bit hasty in saying you'd hear from Sophie next.. She's busy planning the rest of the trip so blog duty has fallen to me - I probably shouldn't complain! So we endured the rest of the overnight bus trip without incident, this time being prepared with jackets and beanies to ward off the freezing air-conditioning. We stopped in Guatemala City (which the guidebook isn't too fond of) and immediately jumped into ...