Quinta de las Flores
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... Antigua where we went to a popular hostel called Jungle Party. Our rooms are good with built in lockers. However it didn't seem to be that busy, so how much of a party it will be I don't know. We went to the streets and found a huge supermarket and bought a few supplies. We hadn't seen such a big shop in weeks so it was nice to find pretty much anything we needed. After we walked to the local market, it was manic with people everywhere, so we ...
... we arrive in Guatemala City and before going to the hotel we visit Plaza Constitutional for the Sunday Mayan market.
The plaza is crowded with people enjoying their Sunday afternoon, Muchachas come from the distant towns to look for boyfriends or shop for "cotes" the traditional Mayan skirts and the array of gorgeous Mayan textiles is staggering.
Surrounding the plaza ...
... not always life threatening, the constant fear of being evacuated would make for an interesting life. However the people who lived in these areas were seriously poor so it's likely they have no choice or option where to live. The other thing is the soil in this area below the volcano is so rich, fertile and perfect for planting plentiful crops, it was no surprise people chose to live in this area. Once we climbed out from the van the air had a sort of smokey burning wood smell about ...
... Johnston chalked the loss up to the unexpected heat and unfamiliar 1 pm kickoff.
"Usually our games have (gasp) been at either 11 or 3. (sigh) 1 was a bit different for us. (spit) Those cement walls really trap the heat. (pant) Who would have thought it would be so hot. (wheeze) The sun, she was really beating down. (blink, blink) Those little buggers were quick, too. (deep breath) Good team. (hiccup) Tough loss. (swallow) I'm just gonna, um, sit down for ...
... hour according our guide, and hunderd of thousands bath leaving some caves at sunseth made up for it (El Zotz means bat in local Maya). The beheading of that snake with a machete too (I have it on video - available on request)... no mercy for poisonous snakes by the Mayas. The ruin of El Zotz was as impressive as other unexcavated ruins I visited before -in other words not really. But the hike in the jungle at ...