Hotel Vista Real Guatemala
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... central plaza where all the tourists would meet one another and explore the market together. We continued talking as time passed we then realized it was already ten o’clock, so we began to say bye, grabs our bags and hand made skirts and got in the taxi. We arrived at the airport at 12 o’clock on the dot.
... our tickets to San Pedro La Laguna for tomorrow morning and suss out a bus to Nicaragua for the 8th. Discuss our plans with Purto, Mike and Elsie and Mike and Elsie have similar plans. We book our accommodation before relaxing for a bit before heading out for a late dinner snack. We head to our favourite street vendors and grab a few tostadas and I grab a pork roll. Have no idea what the meat was in mine as it was quite chewy. Hoping tomorrow there are no surprises in my bowels. ...
... that half the town was shut down and a procession of some sort was taking place. In what first looked like the Ku Klux Klan on acid, we soon found out it was a religious ceremony that takes place each year at the start of lent. It had women and men carrying massive floats.
We had spent a total of 4 nights in Antigua. This was more nights in ...
... self pity we finally rose and went to get some laundry done, we were adamant we would be productive. A McDonalds for lunch went a long way to help with the cure! Kathy & Jen went to the markets in the evening for a stroll and Jen was asked if she wanted to buy everything from a hammock to a machete! Day 23: Tuesday, 21 January It was an early 6am start as we being collected for the Pacaya volcano tour. It took about an hour to get there and then we had a 3km hike to the top, ...
... side of the road to the other and sometimes off the road all together to try and miss the largest pot holes. The bus stopped at every village along the way (at least 30 stops) and started honking his horn about 300 meters from each village to let the villagers know he was on his way. Men, women, children, bags of corn, live chickens and other produce were all loaded on and off as we went along. When all the seats and isle ...