Posada Don Valentino
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Afrejse fra Miami og ankomst til Guatemala, hvilket gik noget mere smooth end turen til Miami. Vi tog en taxa fra lufthavnen til Antigua, som anbefalet af vores rejsekonsulent, vi skulle jo nødigt udfordre skæbnen og gøre vores mødre yderligere bekymrede :-) taxachaufføren var ret snakkesagelig og vi må erkende at det …
... dock to prevent further incursions, though he fell asleep pretty promptly.
Two bus rides got us to a little town called Tacuba on Thursday. We went mainly to get access to the Parque Nacional El Imposible. The name appealed to me, and we were hoping there would be other travellers to make up numbers for a tour, Sabrina wasn't overly keen. The hostel (6) does tours, but there were no other travellers so we just spent ...
... got to try chocolate drinks. At the very end we got to make our own chocolates! We poured liquid chocolate into molds and put flavors and toppings in them. The guide said "pick them up in 2 hours and they'll be chocolate- hard chocolate." My whole family got separate platters! In 2 hours we picked them up. The chocolate was delicious. The day was over and I fell asleep well.
Antigua Architecture (Sam) ...
... it was anyone’s guess. We both found out first hand there was definitely some obtrusive sharp rocks under there.
Further into the cave system we hit a rock wall that had a fairly active flow of water falling over it. There was a single rope tied off at the top and it was time to do some extreme cave waterfall climbing. Our lifeline was never going to last so we blew it out and gripped it between our teeth to make ...
... the usual gestures to indicate we had enjoyed the meal, rubbing our stomachs, etc, but it was tough until recently when we picked up some of the language.
Our school is awesome. It's called Ixchel school of Spanish and it seems to be one of the popular schools in Antigua. I not sure if Mel mentioned, but Antigua is well known for its Spanish schools. Lots of gringo's (offensive term for whitey's) come here to learn the language because its so cheap, and it's also a ...