Posada Belen Museo Inn
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... was absolutely fantastic looking down on the turquoise and emerald green waters.
Last part of the tour was swimming in the stepped series of pristine pools with cool flowing river water. Again our guide took us on an adventure as we swam, jumped and slipped from one pool to the next. One of the pools had a large curved rock boulder about 6 or 7 meters high separating it from the pool below it. The guide went first ...
... a bit and then headed back to Mary’s to watch some movies for the evening as we were pretty wrecked.
Our last day in Antigua was Tuesday and once Mary was finished work Ryan and I went with Alberto and his friend to pick her up. We then all headed to a place named Santo Domingo del Cerro which has amazing views of Antigua and the surrounding volcano’s. The place has really cool sculptures and so we strolled around having ...
... several Brits, Americans and Canadians thrown in. We drank on the roof of the hotel (alcohol being the international ice breaker) and got to know each other. Saturday 15th June: The first full day in Antigua, we went for breakfast at a coffee and chocolate plantation. The tour was fascinating, and I had a marvellously fresh cup of coffee with pancakes. In the afternoon we had an hour long salsa class which everyone enjoyed. I had immediately become good ...
There's nothing wrong with taking that option, but it's important to consider who really benefits more - an expat who is more than likely living a very comfortable life in a foreign country, or a local who is more than likely struggling to support themselves and their family? Of course, going with the local option meant that any English-language descriptions were quite limited, not to mention the fact ...