Westin Camino Real
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... smoothies, fresh chamomile tea and banana and apple porridge with a topping of strawberries. My Spanish teacher and I are also really enjoying having Spanish lessons in her kitchen, where she teaches me how to cook Guatemalan food and recently, a stack of jams (that go nicely with my homemade peanut butter!)
The Spanish lessons are coming along, some days feel wonderful where speaking is easy and you can understand a lot, other days it ...
... breakfast of bagels and a cup of tea, which was the first cup either of us had had the entire trip.
The trek down was more direct than the way up and quite a few people fell over on the way down. By the time we got to the bottom I was absolutely shattered. The drive back to Antigua seemed to take forever. We got out stuff from the hostel which we’d stored in lockers and walked to the same hotel we’d stayed in before, Posada De Don ...
... the bus station answering my Spanglish questions. No thanks at all to the rude woman in the office.
Wow Antigua is beautiful, an old colonial town set between volcanoes and very touristic. Beautiful cafes, I even managed to have a stunning soy latte made from locally grown, roasted on site, fair-trade organic coffee beans. A few pics, wander around the market and arrange a shuttle ticket out that afternoon to Xela ...