Real InterContinental Guatemala
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We wake up to an early beaming sunlight after a few interruptions. Guys who were suppose to be leaving at around 4am were either not ready or they had the wrong hostel and staff were flicking the lights on and yelling out for some bloke called Tyler. Not sure if they found him but the antics were going on for a while before I could get back to sleep. I ducked up the corner and grabbed milk for breakfast, only for Leesh to tell us she had ...
... with hardly a single touter hassle, so it was a breeze to get through and just a few steps from the boarder was a chicken bus waiting to depart to Guatemala City (Guate).
Almost everybody skips Guatemala city, but since I had a couple of days to spare I decided to take on Central Americas largest city and i have to say I'm very gad that I did. The chicken bus dropped me on the outskirts, and heeding the warning of the dangers of the city transport I ...
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So after the cake had been digested and the Israeliīs had turned in for the night, I met a guest-house owner from El Salvador and his friend from Guatemala, and we went to a party at Bar Sublime. Itīs a great setting right by the water with lights in the background and a bonfire that was constantly tended to. We went through two large bottles of beer between the three of us and then I went ...
... in the middle of nowhere and is only accessible through a range of dodgy dirt roads traversed by questionable vehicles that transport hapless tourists there. We crammed onto the back of this pickup truck and headed out for the day to explore the green pools.
We had a 20min hike up a hill that at first seemed manageable but quickly got steep ...
... main eruption point of the volcano. The heat was unbelievable and sure what else would you do of a Tuesday morning but toast marshmallows on the hot lava!! Some experience to see all the lava that had poured down and solidified. Let's just say the climb back up all the loose gravely lava to the track was not fun but we made it and made our way back to the bottom. We were back in Antigua by lunchtime. After some lunch with Canada we had a walk around the city and took some ...