Mercure Casa Veranda Guatemala
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... Station: a sustainable macademia nut farm. Here, we availed of the free tour and facials and sampled the macademia nut flour
pancakes (so goooood...the macademia nut butter on top might just have been over kill though!). While there, the owner, Lorenzo, a Californian expat joined us at our table. He regaled us with stories of how the farm came about and tales of growing up in Silicone Valley before the arrival of the technology companies.
In Antigua ...
... the only two ladies in pants !
I was adamant about having something in the market itself, so I finally found myself a taco that was served with minced beef, onions and cilantro – tasted really yum. After that market we decided to check the lake out. So we took a bus and went down to San Pedro to see the lake up close and personal. The first view of the lake was breath taking. And the second had us all gasp with the realization of how big the lake was. The bus ride ...
... the amazing skyline of Guatemala watching the sun set in the distance. It was so incredible to see out of both sides of the plane from my seat. I was a little nervous about the tiny plane but afterwards I was so happy that we got to have this amazing experience & opportunity. Sadly our decision to fly over the dodgy border crossing of Belize into Guatemala meant we would miss out on seeing Flores and Tikal, but there was no way we could do and go everywhere so seeing as we'd ...
... is only the main gate. All other entrances around the dump are open and free to everyone, so children come in anyway.
One of the men working in the dump was our guide and took us inside. We got to walk till the very end of the dump, well, at least to the end of the first level. The whole dump is like a multilevel canyon. However, the garbage trucks enter only the highest level and only this one is considered "safe". But of course there are people who go further ...
... our ice cream and talked till past 10 PM. We then walked back to the hotel and said our good byes.
Today, Friday, we had an appointment in the morning with a friend who we first met in 1996. He had many things to discuss and we hope that we were able to give him some encouragement.
In the afternoon, we had a couple hours free, so we decided to go to the zoo. I haven't taken very many pictures, so I made sure to take my camera ...