Hotel Posada Dona Luisa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Pets allowed
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3 El Gringo Hostel and Restaurant. http://www.elgringosuchitoto.com/ The owner, Robert, is very helpful with lots of travel advice and tips for El Salvador. Cheap too.
4 Papaya Lodge http://www.papayalodge.com/ Not bad. Pool, hammocks, and other travellers to talk to. Close to food and beach.
5 Casa Verde. http://www.hostalcasaverde.com/ Best hostel so far on this trip. And probably the ...
We still have a few "chicken" bus rides to take on this trip and both seeing them on the road and hearing about the bustling and colourful local scene here in Antigua I just had to see it for myself.
Seeing the buses all lined up, some with their engines idling made for an interesting ...
... in time to one another anyone would have thought it was a robot. Time for a desert before heading back on the shuttle to Antigua. Once we were back we had to rush a little to get ready for the party bus as it was leaving in 45minutes from a bar called mono loco in Antigua. It was all free and even the drinks which were provided by Bacardi with an open bar all night. It was packed but everyone was up dancing and singing ...
Back in Antigua we met up with Rich from our San Blas tour who wed left behind in bocas a few weeks ago for another night of beers.
We woke on Friday knowing we had to leave this city before the drink scene completely took a hold of us and we became louts.
A great introduction to a new country, we were excited to move on and see what else Guatemala has to offer after months of listening to people rave about this "amazing" place.
... incredible few days in Lanquin.
The final few days in Guatemala were spent visiting the tiny little island of Flores, which lies in the middle of lake Peten Itza. The main pull for visiting Flores is to visit the Mayan Ruins in Tikal; it is one of the largest archelogical sites of the Maya civilisation and believed to have been one of the most powerful kingdoms in Mayan history. The city has been mapped to cover around 16 square kilometres and features ...