Mercure Casa Veranda Guatemala
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... Hotel”. l took a picture of the full moon that night because we were only on the taxi for a good seven We pulled up into the driveway and a young gentleman came out to help us with our luggage, he also came out with a big smile as he said “Welcome to Guatemala City young ladies”. We walked into the lobby to register in for our room, and took the elevator to the fourth floor. We went straight to bed once we got into our room because we knew we ...
... as has no time to wait. He comes back 10 mins later and he's not impressed telling us we need to be ready at 0850 when he was the late one haha. We make our hour or so drive to the hiking starting point of our trip. Our guide Lionel informs our bus in Spanish today's itinerary and details. Leesh and I pick up a few of his words but still struggle before he looks at us and asks comprehendo? To which we say No. He quickly explains in English we will be climbing 7km trip getting to ...
... a rest,a read, a shower and a chat with my neighbour, he took me Chabad house for prayers, and I tried to keep up, though it has been a while since I have read Hebrew. Anyhow, the Rabbi (whom I happened to sit next to) was a coloruful character singing at the top of his lungs and banging the table at various stages mid song. He even tried to rap a couple of times! He spoke little English and apparently I found out from my neighbour (whose name I forget) that one of his ...
... asked for a worse preparation.
The call finally came through and I was interrogated first from my lawyers, and then from the defendants representing the CFMEU. Mid way through my cross examination, you wouldn’t read about it, but two cats started going at it right behind me making the loudest commotion possible. This lasted a solid 10 seconds and it was all captured by the courtroom back in Mackay. The ...
... were at least 5 churches that we saw, some fairly ruined from previous earthquakes or others extremely old and in dire need of a re-paint! The weather is beautiful and Antigua has a really nice, easy feel about it. The streets are very simple to navigate too as they are just squares and going up/down one direction they are all called "1 oriente" or "2 oriente" and the other way it is the same concept, so it's very easy to know where you're going (if only we'd known that ...