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... free for walking.
One time capital of the Kingdom of Guatemala, Antigua boasts of an impressive catalog of colonial relics in a striking setting. It is surrounded by 3 volcanoes that serve as useful markers to orient oneself. Criss-crossing the grid patterned Avenidas and Calles that are frequently punctuated by pretty squares and small parks, ...
... and then we visited his beautiful church, on this day displaying a large rosary at the entrance.
And at last, beautiful Antigua, founded in 1543 it served as the seat of Spain's colonial government until the Spanish Crown ordered its relocation to the site of what is now Guatemala City in 1776.
I am excited because before going to our hotel we are going ...
... s. A maître'd complete with bow tie hurried over to help us/remove us from site of the other guests! Cashpoint finally found, we stopped at our favourite Italian bakery to pick up tea on our way back to the hostel.
After making sure everything is ready for the morning, we reluctantly set our alarms for 3.30am....eeeee!
Overall, I definitely preferred Mexico to Guatemala, though Tikal and Semuc Champey are both definitely worth visiting Guatemala ...
... it's just like Toronto, make some, buy some on the way! Had some toast too! Got to school, it seems there was no actual teacher for me today, just the director!!! So we jumped on his motorcycle, me with one hand holding coffee, and the other holding the back for dear life!! We arrived at the el jardin ( the garden) for the morning lesson. Turns out I was to have Julio for only one day, I would have another teacher for my other 4 days of class. Whoa, was I nervous! He is ...
... and signed up for a tour. Then we walked around town some more. I liked all the old churches and the cobblestone streets. It was very festive and colorful.I also thought the people were very nice.
At 1:30 we went to the Chocolate tour. The tour was fantastic. The guide, Pablo, was very funny and enthusiastic. We learned a lot about the history of chocolate and how it was used by the Mayans. At the ...