Casa Santa Ines

Callejon La Joya 1522, Santa Ines, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, 03001, Guatemala | Inn
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This inn is located on Callejon La Joya 1522, Santa Ines, Antigua Guatemala.
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    I am another week deep

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jun 13, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the side of a mountain getting many strange looks from both locals and other gringo's. This is the day we beat the system.

    After giving my number out to many people and getting no messages in return I have decided my phone is broken and my family and I made the trip to a big market that sold everything, we walked up to the back of a van and my "sister" did her thang in Spanish and hooked me up with a $10 phone that came with ...

    Beautiful Antigua, Guatemala

    A travel blog entry by sara.mairs on Apr 10, 2014

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... and signed up for a tour. Then we walked around town some more. I liked all the old churches and the cobblestone streets. It was very festive and colorful.I also thought the people were very nice.

    At 1:30 we went to the Chocolate tour. The tour was fantastic. The guide, Pablo, was very funny and enthusiastic. We learned a lot about the history of chocolate and how it was used by the Mayans. At the ...


    A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 26, 2014

    2 photos

    ... system and my own ignorance on political matters is to be blamed. This was why I was eager to attend the lecture conducted by the EntreMundos journalist on the Guatemala civil war. Her perspective, as a Guatemalan whose own grandfather was killed by the government during the war, provided great insight into the political background and underpinnings of Guatemala.
    I can't believe that a tragedy, comparable to the Holocaust or the US slave trade, had occurred ...


    A travel blog entry by marty_rach on Mar 22, 2014

    3 comments, 42 photos

    ... our tubes and floated down this river for a good hour before heading home for some lunch.

    After a big day it was time to hit the hammock and relax by doing a spot of reading. There was limited electricity here and no internet so it was really great to switch off from the world for a bit.


    Trapped Up An Indian's Nose

    A travel blog entry by doove on Feb 23, 2014

    172 photos

    ... to negotiate but the old hag wasn’t having any of it. Eventually we walked round her attempt to block the path, only for her to turn into Linford Christie and blast it back down the hill to then lock this door across the path – yes this woman was now in fact trying to lock us up a mountain!! Hahaha

    Didn’t exactly know how to respond to this – jut was more interested to see how the situation panned out as it definitely helped being in a group ...