Casa Santo Domingo
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After a tiring 9hour bus journey I finally arrived to a damp Semuc Champney and was welcomed by an awesome dinner buffet where I met the lovely Kim and Shaun from Auz!
The next morning the sun was out so a group of us took advantage and set off to explore the Lanquin caves by candle light and the famous Semuc Champney gorges!...We were …
On Saturday, we packed up our suitcases and left Coban. We traveled about 4 hours through winding mountain roads to Antigua Guatemala. Along the way, we stopped to stretch our legs and some of us decided to have a little ice cream treat also. At lunch time, we stopped at the infamous Pollo Compero to have some tasty fried chicken!
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This morning we were going to participate in a reforestation project just outside a small village called San Luis Las Carretas. We were joining a group of students from the USA and Antiqua to plant trees. As with many parts of Central America, too many trees have been cut down and now there is a Government effort to encourage each of their …
Today we were taking a two hour hike to the active cone of Pacaya volcano. Pacaya is an active volcano and since 1965 it has been erupting nearly continuously and the last eruption was only a few months ago. This meant that there were more controls on the access to the volcano, no more night hikes or going close to some of the lava runs where …
We flew from Roatan to San Salvador and then to Guatemala City where we were met by our driver and taken to Antiqua. It was dark and we were unsure of what would type of destination would be waiting for us. How happy was I when we disembarked from our van and entered the hotel gardens. Casa Santo Domingo was the grandest convents of America which …
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