Palacio de Dona Leonor
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... wanted to see the most unique part of the celebrations, which is the giant kite festival. It is believed that the flying of kites connects those living with their deceased loved ones.
There are two locations near Antigua that hold large kite festivals and we arranged transportation to take us to Sumpango so we could watch the festivities. Our driver dropped us off on a main street in the town at about 11am and he would pick us up ...
... Domingo Hotel. The hotel imaginatively restored it for visitors and the beautiful grounds include the picturesque ruined monastery church, the adjacent cloister with a replica of the original fountain, workshops, courtyards and beautiful gardens.
... which gave the most amazing view of the city, and chilled up there in the sunshine for half an hour. When we came back we grabbed dinner and went back to the hostel where we planned the next bit of our trip and met Anthony, a traveller from Australia who I'm pretty sure was off his face on drugs, but gave us lots of travel advice. Told us that canoe was a palindrome. He meant ...
... in the area!
With sore legs, Amanda and I took another opportunity to see another locally grown wonder of the world - COFFEE. We wanted to see how it’s grown and the process for making the good stuff, oh and of course have a taste!! So we were told to meet at a local church in the morning. Wandering down to the meeting point, we past a local guy with deformed legs and one crutch who politely asked for some money. Not being a huge giver of cash directly to people, ...
... re walking in a bit late. This did not seem to matter because in the time we were there, many people came and went (a little weird?!) and we were surprised that mass was just a normal mass, but the highlight for me was the end when we sang Silent Night in candlelight and wished those around us Feliz Navidad as we left the church. Gav, Allison, Michelle, and I then fought through our desire for sleep to stay up until midnight and wander ...