Quinta de las Flores
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... re ever in Antigua, I suggest you go there and try the Torta Cactus (if you like pork). Anyway, we made our way back to the vidrierķa and the senora had wrapped it all up in paper for me. Shaun offered to carry it for me back to the school which was an excellent idea, seeing as me in sandals + uneven cobblestone roads probably would've ended in un desastre. The glass fit perfectly, I apologized again and we were off, ...
... but even when you by CD's they don't have lyrics on the sleeves. I always thought that was half the fun of hearing a new song or album, reading the lyrics as you listen along. Digital music is brilliant in that I can take a large collection of music with me on my travels, but it doesn't really have an equivalent of record sleeves, coloured vinyl, or shaped vinyl for that matter. This thought occupies me for maybe quarter of an ...
... canter, which made it a really enjoyable 2 hour ride. As we made our way back to the stables, Fred picked some loquats from the trees we were passing. They were really delicious and sweet, and so juicy - just what I needed after 2 hours in the sun.
When I got back to our hostel, Kelly was just returning from her trip up the volcano, the pictures were pretty dramatic and she got ...
May 18th San Pedro to Antigua.The time came for us to get the shuttle to Antigua. We had watched the Moto GP on the tv at 6am and saw Rossi come 2nd. We said a teary good bye to Luis and Letty and with backpacks on walked the 2km to the jetty and had breakfast. The shuttle was late leaving and took the long way round to San Juan then San Marcos to pick up other passengers. Climbing the mountains one last time was great seeing the views over ...
... to live.
Mark done a hike up volcano Pacaya one afternoon. It was a steep slog and a misty day so the view was terrible but once we hiked over a mountain and down a ridge on the side of the volcano, it cleared up. We we’re walking over magma, lava that has cooled down, It was very hollow and sharp. We winded our way over the magma to a section of the volcano where we got to see lava. It was under all the magma so we could only see the glow ...