Radisson Hotel Guatemala City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
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... we grab a mole poblano and some pastry puff thing for dessert. The mole is interesting but not for me again in that quantity. It was a different flavour and doesn't sit fantastic with either is us. But as always, you have to find out somehow. We get back to Tropicana after our last walk a Antigua and reminisce on what has been another awesome place we have been so far. Look forward to Lake Atitlan and San Pedro tomorrow so hoping we both get a good sleep before the 3 hour journey at 0830. ...
As I headed, on the chicken bus, from Juayua towards the Guatemalan boarder I had a rising anxiety. I was a little intimidated by the country as based on the guide books it sounded like a dangerous place. This kind of prejudgment is very difficult to avoid, even if it turns out to be misplaced as was the case in El Salvador for example. A little more anxiety came on me as I jumped off the chicken bus and approached the boarder on foot. However the boarder post was small ...
... she explained it was cool enough to wander around town with her own home-made chocolate cake. She certainly does well with the tourists, though she needs to carry more change with her! Otherwise, it was a magnificent slice of cake and I cleared up any crumbs that had been spilt after devouring this tasty treat. The taste of the chocolate I should add, remained with me for 20 mins after eating it. Read the first part here to see the history of chocolate and the Mayas:
... we had spent since leaving Rio and we definitely found it difficult to pack up once again and head off. This was especially the case because our next location, Semuc Champey was a torturous 8hr shuttle trip North into the depths of Guatemala. Thankfully the view awaiting us was worthwhile.
Semuc Champey is a ******* to get to. It ...
... about 1.5hours. Antigua is surrounded by 3 volcanoes, Pacaya & Fuego are active and Agua is dormant. Pacaya is 2,252m high and it's last major eruption was in 2005 but there are constant displays of smoke and lava from it. The climb to the top was pretty tough and the altitude didn't help either. When we reached the highest point on he Pacaya accent the views were spectacular both of the top of Pacaya and the other 2 volcanoes. We then made our way to the warm lava right ...