Hotel Posada Dona Luisa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... but I didn't care - I'm in GUATEMALA! For some reason I immediately wanted a beer. Something about the air here.
An hour later we arrived in Antigua - a beautiful old colonial town. Cobblestone streets, iron windows, rustic buildings everywhere. This place is cool. Since I've been here I've learned that Spanish is pretty much a necessity. I'll be leaving to San Pedro La Laguna in Guatemala ...
... luckily for us, somehow or other, we managed to blag the two man tent. One chap who went to bed late found there was no room for him, and so had to sleep in with the guide. We found we couldn't sleep anyway, as it was so cold it was impossible, despite all the layers we were wearing.
Some people voluntarily woke up at 3am to climb the remaining few hundred metres of Acatenango, to watch the sunrise from the top. Naturally, we did not do this! ...
... the altars and the bearers should be welcomed with alfombras (carpets). Residents on each street should make alfombras using pine or saw dust, so that the bearers get some temporary relief. The alfombras should be decorated elaborately, for several hours, using an incredible palette of colors and designs. On Good Friday, there should be more than one procession originating and terminating at different points. One of them should start ...
Today we woke up fairly late, still feeling tired but we didn't want to waste the day. He headed to the supermarket and got some rolls, ham and choco milk. Breakfast of kings. We were unsure what to do today. We had heard good things about the half day volcano tour and chocolate making workshop but were quite indecisive. Back at our hostel some of our roomates, Max and Stefan from Austria and Germany recommended the Cross on the ...
... with communities to raise blueberries providing a good source of nutrients for the families and indications are that blueberries can be grown year-round in Guatemala, providing another source of income.
He and his wife have also developed a line of natural skin care products and we were beneficiaries of not just a demonstration but also facials using the oils and creams, very nice and yes, some of the oil came ...