Real Plaza Hotel Suites
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... the end of
it at we were joined by at least 30 other people sheltering from the rain. The happy couple didn’t seem to mind.
Antigua is a lovely place and one of the
safest in the country, despite that it took a while to get used to the armed
guards around the town, at least 2 outside every bank, in supermarkets and
Antigua to Leon, Nicaragua
Ever been through 4 countries in one ...
... option was therefore Volcan Acatenango, for a viewpoint over Volcan Fuego. We still wouldn't get close to flowing lava, but it would be the closest we could safely get. When we booked the tour, we were told it was just the two of us, with a guide, and that we could have a tent to ourselves. Bonus.
After booking the tour, and whilst stocking up on provisions, Ken accidentally dropped a torch from height onto Jayna's head, which put her out ...
... that advise of our hostel and sought out a local restaurant for cheap eats. Spotting the sign across from La Merced church, we entered a tienda (local shop) only to be escorted through the chip aisle to a large, dark back room. Apart for a large sign advertising local beer, there was no other indication that we were in a public restaurant. An exceptionally elderly woman hobbled over to us and gave us two options, a soup with beef or pepian chicken (pepian is the ...
... see his little ginger head coming they just start rubbing their hands together and think of the extortionate price there going to charge him. I treated myself to one of those traditional Guatemalan ponchos. You can probably get them on capel street but I always wanted to get one from Guatemala. We all bought sunglasses from this hard nosed street vendor who wasn't budging on her prices. Sorry me and Gilly bought sunglasses, Sheeno decided ...
... reminded me of the sort of buildings you might have seen in spaghetti westerns, so that you almost expect to see Yul Bryner and Steve McQueen come galloping around the corner. That might be a bit of a lazy stereotype, but it has an old world, colonial type of feel to it and it is easy to see why tourists are attracted to the town. Being only an hour or so from Guatemala City and its airport has its advantages.
And that should be the next stop on this trek.