Hotel Posada Dona Luisa
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Posada Dona Luisa Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... our mouths! Despite being here over the weekend, and it being very busy, Antigua is a laid back town, very relaxed, everything is done at walking pace..... or slower. That said there are no shortage of guns here, security guards are everywhere, even the local little pizza place has a guy standing in it with a shotgun. It seems a bit excessive, I'm not sure if he's there to deter robbers or to deal with disgruntled customers who ...
... we get lost! In a village about two miles from La Antigua a road is closed, our driver, who only speaks Spanish, then spends time on the phone presumably asking for help whilst manoeuvring the bus through the very narrow crowded streets of the town we should presumably have bypassed. We eventually get to La Antigua and he gets lost again. The streets are very narrow and windy, and at one point he can't make the turn so has to reverse. Luckily he is better at reversing than ...
... filled with 8 couples and I... cringe! i went from being in the middle of the party to as antisocial as they come. One of the great things about travelling alone its the ability to leave your former self in one place and be completely different. As we approached the end of the journey we were treated to some spectacular views of a very surreal landscape. The pictures, cannot begin to do it justice. We arrived to Lanquin, a small mountain village, at sunset. I ...
... where they know how to cook steak
Sunday was another fun day, albeit with an early start. We got picked up at about 6am to go to Volcan Pacaya. The volcano was about an hour from town. Once there we started the walk up accompanied by a guide. No police escort but they are there. It was only 4k's and not too steep. The volcano last erupted in March, and part of me wanted it to erupt again while we were there. On the way up ...
... to eat at Cafe Boheme and were rewarded by a personalised song by that worker. It was cute. At dinner time we chatted with Luis who educated us about the property market here in Antigua. Who knew that some of these little places were going for US$1.5m?? In between the photos and the eating I squeezed in a zumba class. The teach was a little serious but I loved it anyways, miss my zumba classes. I couldn't convince Hinesh to come with, he did T25 instead *yawn* ha ...