San Jorge Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... the game winning shot, and had a blast! I felt so much better after sweating and laughing and actually pushing myself.
We returned to the hostel and watched/helped the boys get ready and took pictures for them before sending them on their way, with much jealousy! Then we hung out with the other Australians, wrestling Assaf, getting BBQ food, ...
... has been stopped due to security concerns and there is plenty of poverty in the surrounding areas.
Climbing volcanoes in the rainy season is best kept to the morning.
Left to her own devices, Megan would ultimately sell her children for a hit of chocolate.
There are plenty of good reasons to spend a bit extra on chocolate - particularly that they remove all the coca butter from the cocoa bean and replace it with palm ...
... took a chill pill. Waking up at 4AM and doing all that we had, we were extremely tired. However, the owner of the hostel Sergio, had planned a free BBQ with open bar from 2PM. So Amanda and I took advantage of this, food, drink, festival spirit and all!. Let me say that this was not the first generous offer by Sergio. Amanda and I were given a discount as we stayed for 6 nights, each night was $25 for a large private room with shared bathroom, which included fresh towels, a choice ...
Hola! Chris here.
This is my first attempt at a blog entry, as until now I have left it up to the professional. At least now I can say it's "our" blog.
I can't actually remember how Mel finished the last entry, and I can't figure out how to get out of this one to check, so I'm just gong to take a punt. Apologies if I repeat anything. It was a while ago anyway, so I've got a fair bit to cover. Maybe that's why Mel "suggested" I write this one...
We caught ...
... various items of cheap clothing, and went on a boat trip around the lake to some of the other towns. We then travelled over to Antigua, another very chilled place, where we met the most amazing guy who essentially gave us all a salsa lesson, and told us about what life is really like in Guatemala. It was a very humbling experience, one that none of us will forget anytime soon, and has probably been our most memorable encounter this week... Now to see what Honduras has to ...