Posada de Los Leones
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... We actually ended up spending slightly more for an uncertain, stressful, time consuming day when we didn't need to. The peak of the distress came when the bus arrived in Guatemala City at 8pm and it seemed that there was no way we could get to Antigua that night without paying another Q200 each. Luckily two people on our bus had organised the transport through the hostel so had an onward shuttle waiting for them in Guatemala City. ...
... WITH EYES) - woke up the next morning with an awful allergic reaction and very swollen eyes.... Day 3 of swollen eyes and vision is no better... However none of this is stopping me from having a blast out here! The first day in the school was so nerve racking after we'd basically been told the school was one of the highest risk schools in the country and it was in what is called the 'red zone'... Red meaning danger... (It's okay; I'm still alive and the kids haven't ...
... No nothin'!!! Yesterday the hole had grown and there was a circle of somewhat larger cobbles around it warning people. I think some reddish orange earth had been excavated for extra security warning!! Antigua is a UNESCO heritage sight, so all the work that occurs involves extra hours to ensure the heritage is preserved. I guess we have come to expect an overprotective society at home, in some aspects that's good, in other ways not. I'll walk on the other side of the street from now ...
... dorm with bed bugs! Brendon and I had decided to stay in a hostel along with most of the group. This was only our 4th dorm experience in our whole trip. Arriving into the hostel around 2am I was so extremely tired but I couldn’t sleep getting into bed at 4.30am I laid awake replaying it all over and over in my head. Up at 6.30am I was still in shock of what had happened and everything that had been taken, where to go and what to do next, how do we continue on ...
... though, although maybe he was parked illegally.
But in that case, the whole street was parked illegally.
However true to his word, he was back in a few minutes. We jumped in again and he drove me down to within a street of the hostel. I had already paid for the shuttle up front, but I dug in my pocket for a few extra quid and told him to have a few cervezas on me. He certainly earned it after nearly five hours.
Originally I thought ...