Posada de Los Leones

Las Gravileas No 1, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala

Home of chocolate and coffee

A travel blog entry by bulaska


... the coffee and you get to visit their own coffee plantation. At the the end they serve you a delicious cup of self-made coffee from their an farm.

When we arrived in Antigua, we intended to take a chocolate making class where you learn to prepare your own chocolate. Unfortunately, the classes turned out to be more expensive than we thought (180 GTQ) and so we only visited their chocolate museum - Choc Museum - and tried some of the hot ...

Found: The Cusco of Central America

A travel blog entry by jeffwright


... to Cusco. It's likely the first destination on the itineraries of tourists in Guatemala, so it's not uncommon to run into tourists from all over the world. The elevation is 5,000 feet in Antigua, and the town is surrounded by three volcanoes, some of which are mildly active. Food in Antigua is out of this world, and photo-snapping opportunities are on every corner.

Antigua was first named Santiago de los Caballeros de ...

El Día del Muerto & Guatemalan Culture

A travel blog entry by rangjill


... monopoly with 2% of the farms controlling 65% of the agricultural land.This means that even though a farmer may work the land, he will not have the opportunity to profit from it or even the opportunity to reap what he has sowed for his family. Population control is central to the problems and solutions for Guatemala. The average Guatemalan woman has 4 children, with the poorest 20% bearing an average of 6 children per woman. In turn, Guatemala is the fastest growing population ...

Wandering around Antigua

A travel blog entry by mlhampton


Today was a free day where we chose to relax. We just wondered around the streets of Antigua. The street walls are like San Cristobal - all extremely colourful, but with heavy wooden carved double doors. The streets are all cobblestones. All the little shops gave it a slight European feel. We visited the wedding cake church, and a beautiful archway featured in many of a Antiguas ...


A travel blog entry by samlocke3


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These beans are left to ferment for 1 week so that the sugars in the juicy flesh penetrate the beans. Once fermented the beans then need to be dried, depending on weather conditions this can take anywhere from 3 days to 3 weeks. Once dried, the beans need to be roasted (about 15-20 minutes) which allows the papery husks to be easily removed, leaving behind a shiny and crunchy cacao bean (very bitter), which broken up is cacao nibs.

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