Posada El Antano
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... excited!! Came home after such a long day and got told it was family karaoke night - I mean that is the best thing ever and it turned out to be one of the funniest nights so far! Of course we put our names down to show the whole place how it's done!! Cher - Believe was the song we sang and we smashed it (if I do say so myself!) We continued the successful streak and managed to win free beer for being the best dancers - yes yes yes ...
... my beer and as I approach the counter I see a familiar face and hear her familiar voice...the woman I rented my little house from last summer. I'm actually in the same neighborhood. "Hola Amiga!" Needless to say, we're caught up and I'm invited for drinks on Friday at 6pm in the garden!! I'm slowly dying as sleep deprevation has caught up with me. I go home, crack a cold one and the next thing I know I'm down for the ...
... one reason or another we always seem to attract these ******* crackpots. As we sat down on the bus there was this old guy who immediately starting asking loads of questions about where we were from. He was Canadian but he kept insisting he was 'scotch' and that we were brothers. Straightaway you could tell he was an absolute ******* loon. He was wearing this Rastafarian Bob Marley hat with a tweed jacket and pair of old jeans and had a big grin ...
Hello. So I left Honduras and the bus entered guatamala city on the way through to antigua. Guatamala city was terrifying! In some areas there are sprawling slums as far as you can see stretching for miles, like nothing I've ever seen before, guards with big machine guns everywhere. I've put some google images on my blog just to underline my story as I didn't feel like getting out there and doing a photo shoot... "Yes a little to the ...
... I can be pretty thick skinned. Turned out later that I discovered the place is highly recommended for tourists.
I plonked myself down and waited for some service. Eventually a waitress came over and gave me a skeptical look, which suggested 'Are you sure you want to eat here?' I had the feeling that I would need to use my broken Spanish. I asked if there was a menu (I wasn't sure if it was a set menu) and she pulled a list out of her pocket ...