Howard Johnson Inn Guatemala City
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... previously booked. What I certainly didnīt expect to see was some Chasidim (religious Jews) walking around town when we arrived. Then I got invited to Chabad house for Shabbat (sabbath) dinner by one of the Israelīs on the bus- I accepted of course. The hotel is known as a global chillage hang-out with a great rep. There is low cushioned seating, hookahs, great views of the lake and an almost fully functioning bar and restaurant. The bar seems to shut at 10, which is rather ...
... was housesitting, a special late birthday lunch (including apple crumble!) cooked by Sandra and I, and attended by the whole family (in Guatemala, when they sing 'Happy Birthday’ there is a second verse that goes "We want cake!"), and a fundraiser for As Green as it Gets. Tomorrow we’re off to El Salvador so Joel can continue on filming surf. To keep up with his work, see his photos and read his much more creative blog check out his website www.joelsharpe.com
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... the capital of Guatemala. But after a major earthquake in the 1770s devastated the town, the Spanish Crown moved the capital to modern day Guatemala City. Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala was ordered abandoned in 1776, and virtually everyone left. The destroyed architecture and wavering spirit of this town led its inhabitants to start calling it Antigua Guatemala, meaning old Guatemala. (That's why when you see it on a map, the town ...
... told customs and immigration to expect us and were we less law-abiding, we could have simply marched into Guatemala without any check at all. Not even a gate or barrier to stop us. But we all dutifully line up and officials eventually arrive. Their check is so cursory though, that we’re left wondering why they bother!
The tour company representative who’d set up our visit had warned me that Guatemala City “is a dump” and not worth ...