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This was a nice place, very historic but comfortable. The service was excellent and the location was very good. We would stay here again.
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This Chichicastenango market has given us a good taste of the true Guatemalan culture. We also hit this town during one of their largest festivals of the year. They believe the Saint named Saint Thomas protects their town from evil and keeps them safe so they celebrate this for a week in December ending on December 21st; of course the last day of a …
... gorgeous and colourful and the souvenirs and traditional instruments are all unique and interesting, but nothing really made us excited. It seemed like everyone was selling the same kind of things and the ones that weren't were selling junk. The place we quite crowded and at times, it was a tight squeeze to move around.
So, we spent our time doing what we enjoyed most about many of the markets in Asia: we ate. We shared banana ...
... in March. We joined a tour to climb the volcano and marvel at the views, volcanic rock and ash. I'm not ashamed to say a highlight most definitely was toasting marshmallows on the hot volcanic rock near the top!
A swift change of bus in Antigua and thanking our lucky stars yet again for Luis and his care package breakfast which made for a lovely lunch, we set off for Panajachel. This town in the highlands above Antigua (about 3 hours away) is on the shores ...
... tv, computer or air conditioning/heater. They don't have a washing machine so take their laundry down to the local river to hand wash each item. Some have experienced the pain of 30 years of civil war, relatives tortured and killed by a government gone wrong. And yet they don't complain. They still smile and help others in need. Our kids in Australia go to school and play with other kids, instead of working, selling food and wares to tourists by the side of ...
... style, than trekking up a volcano?! Unfortunately, one of us (me) almost didn't make it to see our new year resolution completed, Perhaps it was the altitude or something else, but halfway up the volcano, I literally could not breath for a few scary seconds! Not only that, but we refused to give into the guys telling us to rent their horses, "which would undoubtedly make our trek up the volcano more enjoyable," so they repeated. I want to thank ...