Real InterContinental Guatemala
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... her some medicine to help rehydrate her. Since it is Abuelita Yoli's 73rd birthday, the kids are trying to help out around the house so she can relax. She is so accustomed to cleaning, cooking, etc, that it's hard for her to just sit down and watch others ...
So...Guatemala City looks huge at night! Wait...it is huge, not so much the airport though...thank god. I got off the plane and heading for customs...First one there! Yes! Got my bags...10 minutes waiting! Yes! Security...on the belt for xray, out the other end and I'm off!! My name, look for my name ( I booked a car from the hotel as at night Guatemala City isn't too safe--sorry Norma, Sheri and all the others who worry) As I exit I ...
... Zephyr to see what it was like. It's a very cool hostel and it's where everyone stays when they go to Semuc so there's always plenty of people there. It was here where we met two German lads called Torben and Heiner. I've met some funny characters over the years but these two are honestly the funniest people I have ever met. The things they came out with, their delivery and their facial expressions had us in stitches. There's no doubt the German accent makes everything funnier ...
... of the ordinary took place. Once we arrived in Antigua, our driver dropped us off right by Central Park or the main square of the city. Jason and I easily found the main street in this city and decided to walk a block away from it to find a hotel. This was really easy since Antigua is probably one of the most touristy places in Guatemala and there are numerous hotels. The first one we tried was where we ended up staying with a nice room and a great location. We were happy ...
... didn't have to do any more climbing at all for the day. We set up our tents, started a fire, and chilled out. At around 6pm we had dinner - chow mein - and a few plastic cups of red wine. Being that close to an active volcano which was constantly erupting was something quite special, and well worth the hellish climb. I had about 4 layers on, as most of the time we were so high up that we were actually inside the clouds, and it was spine chillingly cold. At about 13,000 feet the air ...