Posada Landivar

5a. Calle Poniente No. 23, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala

Easter processions

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley


... The square was getting busier and busier. Some people were holding signs up to make you aware of pick pockets! I headed back outside as I had not yet eaten! I bought a mango (5Q. 40p) and wandered around the moving stalls - there were now even more. Floods of people were heading this way. By 11am you could no longer enter the church grounds, it was so busy. The band had started and things were starting to make a move! So I left - away from the crowds!! ...

Day 64: Coffee Plantation, Ziplines, Processions

A travel blog entry by msj322


... over the edge and saw no guardrails and steep drops.

We arrived at the zip lines, and you could immediately tell we were at a high altitude. Any quick movements or exertion led to me and others gasping for air. But nothing was going get in our way of zip lining. The guides strapped us in and gave us a brief safety message. Not surprisingly they spoke both English and Spanish since this area was very popular with tourists. The entire ...

"Got a quetzal?" "Erm...The bird or money?"

A travel blog entry by purcy


... on a bus with meringue music blasting the entire journey will get you crazy. Arriving to see Nayna and Raju will make it all worth it. I was excited to be reunited with my rally buddy/former housemate/friend and meet his Mum, one of our best Thunderyaks supporters.

Staying in a home, unpacking, having hot water and wonderful hosts is always amazing. Between Nayna, the local expert, and Raju, my guide, there isn't a part of Antigua I didn't ...

And now for something completely different

A travel blog entry by bobandtracie

... glad they did.

We were always going to have to fly via central America in order to cross from Ecuador back into Brazil in any case, and wanted the chance to get a taste for an already forming plan to take a few weeks journey from Mexico down through to Colombia at some point in the future. What we found there was spectacular and so interesting.

Mick and Carys from ...


A travel blog entry by samlocke3

... seconds it dawned on us. There was a frightening, deep rumbling noise and everything was shaking. In a slight panic I switched off the gas and we began running for the stairs to make an escape outside. It was seriously scary, the whole earth was moving and as I clung to the stair rail for support, that was wobbling too.

We made it out to the street where most other people had gathered and the rumbles and shakes continued ...


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