Hotel Posada Dona Luisa
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... could feel it! We all naturally tried to get the perfect photo of the eruptions (throughout the entire night, we estimated there must have been 6 or 7!). One German guy even took to sleeping outside with his camera, in temperatures close to zero! The commitment paid off and he did get some great shots. We would wake up with every new eruption and peer out of our tent, content that we were not going to get the perfect photo, so we just enjoyed the experience.
Early the ...
... the group. I stumbled up to Ericks bed where he was napping like usual.
Instead of going on the pub crawl with Belinda like I said we would do, I instead went to get groceries for dinner and breakfast with Erick. Then we went back to my room, napped and talked a bunch before finally getting up to make ourselves dinner. We ate and then went back to bed where we fell asleep pretty ...
... City to go to stay in Antigua for a couple of days in search of Jade and Jade related material. I had the great pleasure of meeting Francesca the owner of Posada Belen. She and I spent the whole evening talking and a professor from Mexico joined us also. While He and I ate, Francesca filled us in on the history of the Inn. It was built by a wealthy family in 1873 and is 141 years old. Her family has bee restoring it for many years and it is on the historic register. It is full ...
... 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 ...
... put it in his mouth. So we chucked it in the bin and headed back to the hostel for an early night.
The next day we had to meet up at 8am so we got up early to get some breakfast and last minute supplies for the hike. We said our goodbyes to Vladimir who was sleeping on the sofa in the common area and we headed on our way. For the hike we had to carry all our own supplies for the night except the food. The tent, sleeping mats, sleeping bags, water ...