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Travel Blogs from Guatemala City
... You should have heard the excitement of reuniting with everyone!! We planned on cooking gumbo for all of our Guatemalan friends Saturday night after we were supposed to unload the 18 wheeler from Canada. The company of a friend of Fr. Michael's donates a packed container filled with food, clothes, supplies, and any anything else you could possibly imagine. Unfortunately the truck ran into a wall five minutes away from Valley and was stuck until 7:30pm. So plans changed ...
... no beer). Both thoroughly stuffed we decided walking might be abit too much of an effort so we went for a drive around town seeing the other sides of the city and grabbed a quick beer in a bar before I had to catch a chicken bus back home to Antigua. I had a really great day in Guatemala City and it as definitely made all the more enjoyable by meeting up with Carlos, so I'd like to say a big thanks to him for coming to meet up with me and how me around.
... english speaking young man who tried to sell me guided trips. I told him I was looking for a hotel so he turned from tour operator to hotel guide immediately. He walked me to the Hotel Dona Clara where I was showed an upstairs room right next to a rooftop terrace with beautiful courtyards downstairs and lots of caged bird and many cats. I loved the place and the price was $26 a night so my new friend and I set out to convince Tom this was the best. It is also located only a ...
... car. I tried to get an early night but sleep was disturbed by last minute worries such as would the alarm go off? My phone had broken last year meaning we were late getting to a race. I also couldn't remember packing my sarong that I also use as a towel. A quick check of my packing list when I woke was reassuring. I'd made sandwiches the night before so only needed to add a Berocca to my water bottle. Andy de-iced the car, both insides and out!
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... and Canadians we have bumped into on our travels
fellow South Africans are indeed thin on the ground. But then our Rand just
doesn’t have the buying power of the Euro or the north American Dollars.
From Antigua we took a cross country route for the short hop to the
capital Guatemala City which we didn’t really want to go near, but a much
needed oil change and lube service was needed on the LR. I would normally do it
all myself but access to ...