Radisson Hotel Guatemala City
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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At midnight, Abuelita Emi, Lui, Tío Carlos and I hugged Abuelita Yoli and wished her a happy birthday. 73 years old today! Amaia woke up not feeling well with a fever. Anthony and I went to the pharmacy outside the gates (alone finally) of Abuelita Yoli's ...
... is in the middle of being bombarded by electoral campaigns, the presidential candidates of several of the leading political parties have their own problems. Criminal charges against the candidates of the parties UNE and LIDER were reported on 17th and 19th of June 2015, respectively.
It seems that the following months will show interesting turns of events and I am rather glad to be here at this time and to be able to follow the ...
... rocking back and forth. Finally we got to the town but the hostel we wanted to stay in (zephyr) was booked out so we went to a place called 'El Muro' and in a weird way it was a blessing in disguise. It wasn't because the WIFI was good or that we had our own room it was because we met Wellington. He was one of the owners of the hostel and was so sound to us. You'll understand later why it was so great to meet him. We had our dinner and a few beers at our hostel and then went ...
Our 6 hour bus ride out of Semuc Champey was not nearly as eventful as our ride into the remote area. The trip did start with an hour ride on the 4 X 4 through rugged terrain to get back to Lanquin, where we picked up our shuttle. The back of the pick-up was packed with tourists and we stood the whole way gripping the bars during the bumpy ride so we didn't fall. The ride from Lanquin to Antigua was long and not the most comfortable of mini buses, but other than that ...
... all of this, I was wearing Converse low tops. Which meant I kept skidding, and skidding, and skidding. Three steps forward, one step back style. The lack of grip was seriously not helping my struggle, and I think my slowness was starting to annoy people at the front.
Eventually, somehow, at around 3pm we reached a ledge opposite an active volcano called 'Fuego' (fire in Spanish). I was more relieved that anyone to hear that this was going to be our camp for the night, and ...