Quinta de las Flores
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Quinta de las Flores Antigua Guatemala
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... first views of Volcan de Agua from town. It is rather close. And that was my last day in Antigua.
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... either destined for the local market or having brought them from the local market and taking them home!
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... few red berries are harvested, which then encourages more growth and ripening of the other berries. Also the school year is worked around harvest time so that the children can help harvest. A family of 4 would maybe make 200 a week working 7 days a week picking for 10-12 hours a day. Which brings it to less than a dollar an hour per person doing back breaking work. It is also paid based on weight of berries picked.
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... much time there...join the dots...apart from drinking, including a sample or two of their mezcal, I had a shitload of their popcorn. And it was almost guaranteed that I would bump into someone I knew everywhere I went...sometimes this is good...sometimes you just want to hide.
What else? Now writing this weeks later and getting further behind, especially after my ipad copy giving up and me having to rely ...
... about our hiking experience which ranged all the way from having never hiked before, to having hiked the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. I don’t think he knew what to make of our group of 7, but if he had his doubts about us, he at least had the decency to not show it.
As promised, the first hour was rough. It was still early so the weather wasn’t too hot, but the trail was steep and the soil deep and loose so every few steps sent us ...