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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
Antigua … well there is not much to say. Everything touristic you find it on internet. You have on every corner a church whether it is still an active or it is a ruin. For the rest and for me personal that city was pretty boring.
But now comes an interesting story. In Antigua I met a guy
who wanted to give me a lift to …
The long journey started at 5.45 am, packing up and catching a commuter boat with the locals heading to work from San Marcos to Panajachel. With all our packs we trekked through town and finally found a Cerjo Automatico (ATM) and got some much needed cash for breakfast. I think the definition of insanity is performing the same action multiple times …
... to discover the ATM! No not a cash dispensing hole in the wall, but the mesmerising caves of Actun Tunichil Muknal (Cave of the Crystal Sepulchre), also known locally as “Xibalba”. We had a great guide for the day, Lewis, who impressed us with his calm and steady approach, his laugh and his unrivalled knowledge. The caves name translated for instance actually should mean Turtle Cave, with death in the name somewhere, and the famous skeleton is an 18 year old man, not a girl. ...
... of the world and it felt comforting to be not so "alone".
My first day proved to be very productive and i immediately signed up for my Spanish classes then took off on a stroll around town with a guy i met on the bus ride into Antigua.
I can't remember for the life of me what his name was, but we talk alot about where we were from, where we were going, and where we had been. The guy was really nice and had alot of stories from ...
... when I was in a wine bar that getting lost in Antigua is a regular topic of conversation.
It is a beautiful city and, once one has got used to negotiating the roughness of the streets interesting walk around.
When you look at the history of Antigua, it is frankly surprising that anything remains of the city. It was originally founded in 1543 but 225 years later there was a massive earthquake which flattened the city and as a result it was abandoned as the Capital (not ...
How has this inn rated in the past?
Very clean cheats.
A very good shower.
Good location when you want to visit the city.
The outside door closes at 20.30Hr.
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