Palacio de Dona Leonor
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... nice kitchen, walking around the large local market shopping for fruit, veggies and ingredients was always a treat and so cheap. Guatemala is known for its coffee and I discovered a great roaster/coffee shop, where the owner shared some of his knowledge, the coffee was amazing, unfortunately I cannot remember or fined the name of the place, just search for a small coffee shop on a corner, roasting their own beans, there are not many around. Antigua is well known among travellers for ...
... but even when you by CD's they don't have lyrics on the sleeves. I always thought that was half the fun of hearing a new song or album, reading the lyrics as you listen along. Digital music is brilliant in that I can take a large collection of music with me on my travels, but it doesn't really have an equivalent of record sleeves, coloured vinyl, or shaped vinyl for that matter. This thought occupies me for maybe quarter of an ...
... the same time. Before leaving, we signed their guest book and saw the names of those who came before us. I'm sure more will follow and learn a bit about Mayan culture. Our boat ride back to Panajachel was a bit bumpy and then we caught a private van back to Antigua which is feeling like a second home as we've spent the most amount of time here. First order of arrival was filing a police report for my camera. I realize ...
... in my entire life. Volcano dust EVERYWHERE!! I finally manged to get clean, got all my dirty laundry together, take a quick nap, meet up with everyone again for dinner, eat, and go find Erick.
I'm not sure how I did it, but I actually managed to go out that night with Erick. We had a lot of fun, playing beer pong and dancing and the such. He got really drunk and I walked home alone, which was really stupid, but luckily I was ...
... here you could see the coloured lights of not only Antigua below, but those of several other Guatemalan cities, the ocean, and even into the neighbouring country of El Salvador, many hours' drive away. At 3,900m height, we were at the highest point in the land for a long while. We repeated the breathtaking experience in darkness for daybreak as well, after watching the explosions up close through the night, which revealed that among the smoke that you see with ...