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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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... anonymous in this case. Heine and Torben didn't even question what we were saying and just joined in as well. So you had 5 grown men standing outside there hostel in the middle of the Guatemalan jungle demanding the milk from the breast of their male hostel owner and laughing incessantly. Finally Wellington appeared and was ******* himself laughing at what we were saying. He let us in and we went straight to bed as we had to be up early the next day to move into zephyr lodge and go ...
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On the other side of the plaza (filled to capacity with the market stalls) is another whitewashed church, the Capilla del Calvario, which is much smaller but is more open to the air and offers great views of the market, town and surrounding mountains. The market was a huge throng with all manner of colorful items - tourist-oriented handicrafts, masks, textiles, pottery dominate one section ...
... left again at 2pm. During these many hours, I can't count how many times Jason and I walked in circles around the market. Maybe it's because we have been spoiled by so many fantastic markets in Asia and some great ones in Europe, or maybe it's because there is no English spoken here and we unfortunately do not speak any Spanish, but either way we definitely did not need nearly as much time here as we had. The traditional clothing and scarves being sold ...
Monday was another early morning for another travel day, but this time with a trip to a local village to break it all up a bit, as we only had a 3 hour drive to Antigua. The day previously we'd all been significantly hungover, and spent most of the afternoon in the pub watching the World Cup Final. That, and continuously eating as much stodgy food as humanly possible.
We boarded a small motor boat called 'Amy’ at about 08.30am to cross Lake ...
... processions are always late, we figured we had time for some dinner. There were dozens of clay pots filled with different meats cooked in different ways with an equal amount of side dishes. Our challenge was to pick a meat dish and two of the many sides - the easiest option was to ask the waiter and he pointed out the spicy 3 meat dish. The food was OK and one plate was plenty for us to share, but it wasn't ...