Las Farolas Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... the feeling that we had survived this ordeal jokes and laughter quickly started, although we could still see them watching us from afar we slowly started to untie ourselves. Looking around at the state of the area we all slowly started trying to pick up the pieces of everything, there was **** for miles! Lucky we found our passports right away and we had a couple of cards which they didn't take, unfortunately for us they took both our small daypacks with all our valuables in. By the ...
... have a problem checking in to the hostel, as I was likely to be early, but now that wasn't an issue at all. The Hostel Antigua was spotless and although I had only asked for a dormitory room, it turned out that there only were two bunks to a room and I had it all to myself. With an ensuite bathroom and a locker in the room, I was pretty chuffed to say the least. All for £6 per night!
After getting through a few necessay chores - arranging laundry, etc, ...
... which we clearly needed!)
It was an enjoyable 3 hour walking tour where we visited the main square and main massive cathedral off of that built by Mayan slaves, enslaved by the conquering Spanish! I tried some local cuisine from a food stall, meat filled pastries smothered in sour cream and guacamole. ...
... our bags and walk around the city a little.
We didn't have a good orientation of the city on our first evening, but we were able to find a popular American owned sports bar to watch game 6 of the World Series. Monoloco (translated to crazy monkey) has a cool atmosphere and plenty of big screen TVs. We got a great table near some screens, had some delicious food, and enjoyed some fun baseball. This was the first baseball game I've watched all season and it was ...
Our senses overstimulated from all of the colors, smells, sounds and activity of the market we continue on toward Antigua through the lush Guatemalan countryside enjoying the quiet until we reach our next stop, the little town of Pastores, known for hand-made boots.
At first glance Pastores looks like any other Guatemalan village with quiet streets, stray dogs, and shops covered ...