Real InterContinental Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Guatemala City
We rolled into GC's zona 10 - the more upscale area of the city. Every store had armed guards outside even though most were closed. We gluttoned down some Guatemalan fast-food called Pollo Campero - a KFC take on frie(n)d chicken, but done ten thousand times better. We each ate a chicken meal and split a large taco pizza because that's who we are …
... I don't know how it happened. We took a nap, made some bracelets, and handed out the presents we got the kids. We showed them the presentation that I made (with many technical difficulties that were out of my hands compeltely, I might add) and they really seemed to enjoy it. The lice crew + Michael is currently in the upper room office thing place, looking for lice again. It is freezing in here. But we are playing hangman and enjoying our last few days in the Valley. Cheers! ...
... the all powerful Catholic church in a less influential position. From a tourism perspective Guatemala City (Or "Guate" as it is often abbreviated to) is a bit of a wasteland. More violent and dangerous than much of the rest of the country, with few real attractions, many people just use it as a transport link whilst passing through. Fortunately for me I had more reasons than most to come here and the opportunity to get alot more out of the place.
... pork sandwich on fresh ciabatta bread, smothered with special pesto sauce, avocado, peppers, and much more. This meal me of the food I’m dearly missing from home. That night was our final night in Antigua so we decided to indulge in a great restaurant and surround ourselves with new friends before leaving the following morning for Lake Atitlan Guatemala. We left Friday morning at 8:00am to go to what is known as one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, Lake ...
... it well. There is an incredible amount of rubbish here.
I was really choked when I realised I had phone reception. I knew Andy would be just sitting down to dinner with my parents and Rachel. Then pride before a fall as I excitedly boasted about having reception, the text I sent failed to send. Coverage was lost but luckily only for a few minutes. It was wonderful when the reply came back. Other people were getting texts too.
A steady stream of people started ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility