Hotel Vista Real Guatemala
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Hey hey! So this week has been pretty intense and tiring but very eye opening! Today we visited the school we would be working in for the next 5 weeks - this school is placed in what they call a 'red zone'... Don't want to alarm anyone but that basically translates to dangerous... Walking into that school was hard and seeing how these kids were expected to work was unbelievable - our next 5 weeks of work are going to be so crucial and ...
... with flowers, balloons and people all around me, they all wanna piece of me! Oh wait...there are others behind me! I see signs...names...none of them mine...look again! There in the not too distant crowd Darren Fancy--I point, we meet, get in the van and the 45 minute ride to Antigua. ( it is that easy) We arrive at the hotel at 11pm. They show me my room, bright, clean, own bathroom...no suicide shower, tv, check for bed ...
... visible security! There are a vast number of churches, monasteries and a cathedral but sadly many ruined by the earthquakes over the years so were either in ruins or with some of the structures repaired. My favourite the cathedral that looked like a wedding cake with it's plastered exterior, La Merced. I have to say some of the interiors with their figures of Christ,Mary and other saints all covered with flowers, candles and garishly painted are not really my ...
The journey to Copan Ruinas took me up to 1,700m, before we dropped down to my destination at a lowly 700m. Copan Ruinas is in the Copan Valley, and is located just a kilometre from the remains of the Mayan city of Copan. Having made my way to the hostel (1) I went for a wander around the town. The streets are cobbled, narrow, and often hilly. In places the streets go up and down, resembling petrified ocean swells. I liked it. When ...
... shopping. This was the last of the many colorful markets visited during these past months in Latin America, our last chance to enjoy for the last time their chaotic, colorful and lively atmosphere and to buy the last souvenirs. I would say that we didn’t let this chance slip away. We went back happy and exhausted to Antigua and we prepared ourselves mentally for the hardest part of this day of shopping: we didn’t have the slightest idea of how ...