Casa Santo Domingo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Santo Domingo Antigua Guatemala
One of the most interesting hotels I have used for travel. Everything had a purpose, playing as a museum and hotel. At night, the candlelit walkways looking over loose rose petals in vases of water was romantic and soothing.
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... t to flash, but the chocolate was good and they did have a kind if tea made from some part of the cacao, it was pretty tasty too. Pacaya Volcano was then our next trip for today, it was about an hour or so by bus, followed by about an hour and a half of hiking to get there. Dogs followed us up to the top and back, I'm guessing to try and get some food from people that are willing to feed them. The Volcano is still active and last erupted just 2 weeks ago. On ...
... 40. At least I knew where the money was going to and not to a middle person trader.
Antigua Guatemala (commonly referred to as just Antiguais a city in thecentral highlands of Guatemala famous for its well-preserved Spanish Baroque influenced architecture as well as a number of spectacular ruins of colonial churches. It has ...
... every effort it took to get to the top. Surprisingly it wasn't hot from the larva but very very cold and windy due to the altitude, we were over the top of the clouds and it felt so good. Now the trek back down had to begin, not looking forward to it but at least it was going to be easier than the way up. And to our hope it was, on the way down we stopped of on a ledge where we roasted marshmallows on a fire and had a couple of beers!! Because the volcano was that hard ...
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Arrived at my hotel just after 7 and luckily my room was ready so slept for a couple of hours then went I out exploring. Not too far though, brain still sleep deprived so was a little cautious. The town is just a grid and most streets labeled 1 to 7 or 1a to 7a so fairly easy to navigate. Yup its definately third world, almost immediately I had elderly and children with their hands out for money, but im mean and didnt. I ...
... Guatemala are not involved in their local community. However, Iglesia Galilea church believes that as Christians we are called to help the poor and that is exactly what they are doing. We seem to have a similar condition in Canada and I hope that churches will start to catch the same vision as Iglesia Galilea. The church has an important mandate and role to play and I hope that churches will start to pick it up and run with it.