Posada de Los Leones
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... had picked up everything and got the van out of the ditch it was well after midnight, we had been out there for hours.
As we approached the main road there were police as the owner of the van had called them and tracked us on the GPS, we were escorted to the police station. One of the policeman spoke great English he explained to us we were very lucky normally people get raped and shot!
I didn’t get my five star hotel Antigua instead I was lucky enough to get a ...
... out onto the street to have a bit of a look around and find somewhere to eat. Right next door was a place called 'The Cakery'. It does exactly what it says on the tin. I thought I better head on before I got a waft of cheesecake.
In the next street (6 calle Poniente), there was a whole series of bars, coffee shops, restaurants and places for grub. I stopped and had a quick look at a few menus, but the prices were a little upmarket for me. Or at ...
... is their staple diet and included with everything ... om nom nom. The only downside to the tour was the guide doing a Thai style drop off at a jade shop/museum hoping we would purchase some jewels, they weren't too pushy so it was all good.
After the tour we wanted to head home to see if our bags had ...
... see the Royals beat the Giants.
On Wednesday we didn't do too much of anything since Jason needed some time to catch up on work and I was happy to relax in our hotel room and read for a while. We roamed around Antigua in the afternoon, went for a great brunch at a highly recommended coffee shop, and found some friendly people at a tourist office to help us arrange some tours. After speaking with the guys at this company, we ended up booking three excursions with ...
... bars. The delights are behind those bars, shop after shop of boot makers. The doorways are painted with huge signs exclaiming "Se Vende Botas". This is where you want to come if you are looking for boots, any kind of boot but especially cowboy boots. The street is lined with shops selling men's, women's, children's pink, black, white, purple, short, tall, snake skin, pointy toe, rounded toe, square ...