Posada El Antano
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We arose with leisure having booked the 2pm shuttle rather than the 8:30am transfer to Antigua. Jess and I went to our favourite coffee shop halfway up the hill. Back at the hotel we picked up Georgie and Maggie who were now ready to have one last meal at their favourite - Hummus Ya. Delicious as usual. We returned to wait for our shuttle to collect us. It picked us up last so we had to squeeze in where we could. Jess and I were in ...
... kitchen and shows you the meal if the day. Was like a chicken stew with rice and potatoes and bread and only 25q, bargain! But then we got ripped off by glass of wine in terrace bar (plus was really cold too). 50q each! Went back to hostel and loaded photos as Alex was in room with jasper watching movie so I didn't want to be gooseberry but was glad when 2 girls went into room and they left to go in ...
... the road to one lane and after dark it becomes very slow going, with the landslide debris on the road, no street lights, hard-to-see pedestrians walking along the sides of the roads, bicycles and tuk tuks with no lights; the villages are laced with high topes (speed bumps) to keep the speed down - it works – if you speed over them you are like to loose the undercarriage of your vehicle. While distances may ...
... casa quello che vuoi per metą di quello che ti chiedono all’inizio. I pezzi migliori sono quelli che contengono i bellissimi e coloratissimi tessuti tradizionali di questa parte di Guatemala, e di quelli ne abbiamo portati a casa una valanga.
Dopo quattro giorni tra cittą, mercati, laghi e autobus, siamo sul piede di partenza. Non ho la minima idea di come siamo riusciti a far stare tutto nei nostri zaini, e non ho la minima idea di quanto pesino, so solo ...
... for Guatemala but boy it was amazing. Everyone was right, we loved it!! As we stood on the corner of the main square taking it all in, a little old lady tapped Stuie on the shoulder and pointed at her giant basket of goods she was selling, to which we both replied "no gracias", meaning no thank you. She looked disappointed and then tried again, to which I said to Stuie, "i think she wants you to put it on your head", thinking it was a money making photo gimmick opportunity. (A ...