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... on our own another time.
Antigua has only one arch in its city centre and this arch is on the main street, 5th Avenue. He explained that during colonial times, there were over 30 churches built in this city, along with many monasteries. This street was home to a cloister monastery where nuns would go in, but never come out to ensure they were never tempted by the outside world. Today the buildings are restaurants, hotels, and shops, but at one point in time it was ...
... scurrying to find their bus, loaded buses pulling forward or backing up, narrowly missing one another, throw in a few pedestrians and bicycles and my advice – be alert. Hector leads us to the right bus where we find seats and wait for the bus to pull out, are not too many riders at first but it does not take long for the bus to fill up. After about 5 minutes the fellow who was, a minute ago, securing packages to ...
... decoration, while others had certain rules on how the costume was to be worn. Some towns had certain decoration that was unique to that area( birds, flowers, beading) When we left the museum one of the woman called us over and offered to have me dress in the men's traditional wedding ceremonial costume. It consisted of a black tunic, a colorful belt and a straw cowboy like hat. She did not offer the white long shorts, as I was already wearing shorts. She really liked ...
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Hans Sloane - the English doctor of Sloane Square fame - was the first person to realise milk and chocolate was a winning combination
...and lots of other facts about chocolate that I have mostly forgotten!
Bogota, Colombia - fingers crossed for them in the quarter finals of the World Cup against Brazil, because we arrive the same day and if they win it is going to be insane!
... and saying goodbye. Not sure why this was such a sad and emotional experience for me but think it was the connections with people more than anything. Once over the mountains the climate changes again to cool and cloudy. We pass the towns and end up on the inter americam highway and onwards to Antigua and bustling real world time and cities.Arriving in Antigua we have no accommodation booked and our first choice is booked out but across ...