Posada Don Valentino
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPosada Don Valentino Antigua Guatemala
Après toutes nos nuits bruyantes aux abords du lac Atitlán, il fait bon de passer des nuits silencieuses.
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We'd booked a shuttle from Copan to Antigua, and it was actually a shuttle this time! Just 5 passengers including us, we left at 6am and it was meant to take 6 hours. The border crossing was remarkably straightforward - we didn't even have to pay any exit or entrance fees, but we did have to give our fingerprints on leaving Honduras. We were caught …
On quitte une région volcanique pour une autre! Une fois à l'hôtel, les filles et Maximilien ne se sentent pas trop bien.
... understand why. Ana, fell in love with my French buddy, Mick. She would constantly ask, "donde esta mi blanco?" It had the aroma of a teenage crush.
One afternoon I heard a rumor of a rope swing that was a short canoe expedition from the hostel. You know exactly what that meant! I recruited a few people and started to paddle. As we got to the area we realized that this was some guys house. He had built a "diving board" that was about 20+ feet high, ...
San Antonio was a short, but interesting Camioneta (Chicken Bus) trip of about 15minutes. Our teachers came with us. We met at the school's office in 1st Calle Poniente at 8 sharp, and then waited for things to be sorted out. The day was fresh and bright as we walked to the bus depot. Lines of buses and people shouting to get on their bus greeted us. we soon boarded ours and were on our way. We drove past coffee plantations shaded by Silky Oak ...
A major factor in our decision to stay in Central America longer was the knowledge that going home would mean missing Easter, which is a major celebration across all of Latin America. The biggest event in Central America by far is in Antigua, Guatemala. So that's where we headed. Guatemalans said we were 'loco' to go there at Easter, due to the crowds, but off we went anyway.
Arriving via the busiest chicken bus to date ...