Travel Blogs from Guatemala City
As we left for our trip, I was undecided if I would do a blog. I know that many people like to read it, but it does take up a lot of time to write down what we are doing. But after our flight from home to Guatemala, I decided that at the very least, I had to write about our trip to Guatemala.
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So after the cake had been digested and the Israeliīs had turned in for the night, I met a guest-house owner from El Salvador and his friend from Guatemala, and we went to a party at Bar Sublime. Itīs a great setting right by the water with lights in the background and a bonfire that was constantly tended to. We went through two large bottles of beer between the three of us and then I went ...
... began our walking tour of his hometown - warning this is going to be a long post!
Started in the Central Town Square in Zona 1 - the city is divided into zones and each Zona has Avenidas (lowest north to south) and Calles (lowest west to east).
We first went to the market where we had the yummies tortillas ever, one with pork belly and the other with cow belly (was a bit worried about tummy ache but all good), had a bit of ...
... more conversational now. I also continued to learn how to cook Guatemalan cuisine through my lessons. Word got around that there was a good filmmaker in town and Joel found himself making a short promo for Gray boots, which you can watch here:
It was good fun to make, and helped cut our costs for a while.
After 8 weeks of this fun we managed to tear ourselves away, onto making surf films in El ...
... brought Chicken vegetable and rice soup to the table with fresh tortillas. Scott and Noé had walked to a neighbors house to buy them. They watched her make the tortillas, bought them and brought them home. Delicious!! We thought this would be plenty, but no, Laura also brought fried potatoes, sauteed vegetables, rice, corn on the cob, and Chicken Cordon Bleu. There was more food then we could possibly eat.
After dinner, we had chocolate chip ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Princess Guatemala City
Simple and comfortable hotel, a short walk from the Zona Viva. Free airport shuttle is a nice touch.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.