Posada El Antano
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... what he would have done without that extra layer. Parts of the climb were a little challenging due to the ash being slippery and also due to trying to avoid stepping in horse manure, but overall it was an enjoyable hike. My least favourite part by far was heading down into a crator of igneous rocks because it was a steep, slippery slope down on the ash. Thankfully I made it without wiping out.
Walking on and through all the volcanic rocks was ...
... They tried hard to rip us off and we ended up paying Q125 each for some pretty average zip off brand trainers - hopefully they'll hold together until the end of the trip! After the markets we climbed Cerro de la Cruz, a hill next to town with a large cross on top of it. It looked pretty high but only took about 10 minutes to climb on a nicely paved track! The view from the top of Antigua and the volcanoes was beautiful and we chilled at the top for a while. We ...
... and signed up for a tour. Then we walked around town some more. I liked all the old churches and the cobblestone streets. It was very festive and colorful.I also thought the people were very nice.
At 1:30 we went to the Chocolate tour. The tour was fantastic. The guide, Pablo, was very funny and enthusiastic. We learned a lot about the history of chocolate and how it was used by the Mayans. At the ...
... launched knocked the building down, leaving the ruins behind.
Antigua proved to be a good launching platform itself for visiting some nearby sites. The next day we arranged a day trip to Lake Atitlan. I had thought my official court hearing was the previous evening but managed to stuff up the dates by a day. Seeing as though the tour got back ...
... stones and natural tools to cut the jade, while today they use diamond drills as the jade is so hard. Each intricate piece of jade jewelery you see in a museum would have been made by an amazing craftsman who would have put a lot of time and effort into making the piece.
It was really nice to chill out in such an easy town as Antigua, but once again, it was time to move onto somewhere new and the next place was a natural beauty we were all excited ...