Hotel Vista Real Guatemala
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- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... a rest,a read, a shower and a chat with my neighbour, he took me Chabad house for prayers, and I tried to keep up, though it has been a while since I have read Hebrew. Anyhow, the Rabbi (whom I happened to sit next to) was a coloruful character singing at the top of his lungs and banging the table at various stages mid song. He even tried to rap a couple of times! He spoke little English and apparently I found out from my neighbour (whose name I forget) that one of his ...
The overland shuttle from El Salvador to Guatemala was surprisingly quick. In what was meant to take 6 hours we knocked over in 4 with another easy border crossing with no bags scanned or questions asked; much better than immigration into the States or Australia. Our first destination here is arguably one of the most colourful and romantic cities in the Americas, Antigua.
... Michele wasn't feeling well so she went home for a lie down and the rest if us headed for O'Reilly's....yes an Irish bar and so its the most unIrish bar we have ever been in! Numerous Cubra Libres later Jen didn't need to be asked twice to go for a dance on the bar :) It is a must do activity in O'Reillys apparently! Canada joined her just so she wasn't alone!! Day 22: Monday, 20 January No head was good on Monday morning, but at least Michele's wasn't self inflicted! After ...
... of the rushing waters all around us made it very slow but exhilarating as we made our way further into the caves. At this stage our candles had gone out and the only light we had was a headlamp that the guide was wearing. Very slowly we pulled ourselves along rock ledges, slipping and sliding and sometimes using a rope to pull ourselves along as the current was against us. Towards the end of the caves we came across a ...
... ready for sale or roasting.
The best time to visit would be November to March when each process is on-going.
Our day was finished touring every street of the old town.
Apart from our disappointment with guinea pig the food has generally been excellent. Antigua was no disappointment with Grilled Shrimps and Vegetable Risotto with a mild curry sauce, and Dolly's local fish and octopus.
Tomorrow we are on the move again - so time to pack!!