Casa De Los Micos
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... the same trip so we were a bit unnerved but still went and were obviously fine but we saw 3 or 4 police trucks with loads of cops with big guns. They take this stuff serious here. Overall Antigua was a great city and it has a nice colonial feel to it with lots of stuff to see and do.
After 6 nights it was time to move on and we took a bus to San Pedro de la Laguna on the shores of Lago Atitlan, a great lake surrounded by volcanoes about 4 hours west of ...
... think about which stocks I could sell to re-adjust my travel budget. Sorry Southwest Airlines, you had a good run, but now you're gonna foot my fuel bills. But then, as I pulled into the gas station I noticed that Guatemala was one of the few countries left in the world that still measures gasoline by the gallon. Woohoo! That puts the cost at $4.15 per gallon - Southern California prices. Good news Southwest, you are now free ...
... spot for both locals and tourists, making it a great place to people watch. Couples meet on the park benches for lunch. Tourists take photos in front of the grand buildings surrounding the park. Local women with babies tied to their backs by colourful fabric blankets try to sell fabrics, jewellery and ice creams to the passing tourists. Men with black stained hands and carrying little boxes approach people wearing leather shoes with an offer to clean ...
... 8221;. He replied saying that his family couldn’t afford another one. I told him to meet me in the town square around 4PM and we’d talk - he agreed. So we departed for our coffee tour.
The coffee tour was great, very informative and truly highlighted the process for coffee making. The beans are grown on farms, under the shade of trees. These trees provide shade which allows the beans to mature slower and provide better flavour. These beans are harvested twice ...
... t really sure what our next stop was going to be but after chatting to people at the hostel it seemed everyone was heading to Antigua, so we thought hey lets do something different so we headed to Rio Dulce. We were still travelling with the Canadians who had a third mate who had flown over and met up with them, but none of us really new what to expect in Rio Dulce but we had heard about a hot spring or something, guess we'll just have to go and check it out for ...