Casa de los Micos
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... being roasted.
Now, and only now, are you this close to enjoying the coffee; it's time to select the grind - finer for espresso, and coarser for regular coffee. After all that, you can pick your poison and finally enjoy an americano, cappuccino, espresso, latte, or whatever you like. That wasn't that much work getting your cup of joe, was it? Think about that the next time you take five seconds to pop a K-cup into a machine ...
... and the transportive smell of purple blossoming jacaranda trees. Each avenida serves up more aesthetic chances to marvel. Extra opportunities to indulge every sense that sparks to life in this slice of Latino Eden. The perfection also extends to the 'classroom' where I learn Spanish; a, private tropical garden flush with bulging avocado trees and green tipped parakeets squawking with delight as I bust out the past tense con mucho gusto. School. Never before has studying been such ...
... and for such an extended period of time. I really am so lucky, eventually going home is going to come hard.
Day 401: Friday 22nd February 2013
For abit of a change today we went on a school trip to the nearby little Mayan craft village of San Antonio. We were shown how they weave their own unique type of cloth and clothing and how to make tortillas. We all got to have a go at making one, Cori's actually turned ...
... knowing no different we joined the queue. Some of the group were on this cheap early bus but most of us were on the 21:30,first class one. I didn’t know there was a choice.
We sat until it was our turn. Our hand luggage was checked trough and we went through a metal detector type doorway. The main luggage was loaded onto a trolley and was wheeled round and loaded on. I was relieved to have just hand luggage. It was a normal coach, nothing fancy. It seemed to ...
... wih our friends. I found myself on one of the docks, having it all to myself I practiced my yoga and meditation to the clearest moon and stars. I think Matt's favourite part was the fact that their was a Burger King just a short walk over the bridge, and that he ate armadillo. We ended up staying at a loely hippie hostel a couple days before 'the end of the world' where we made our way to Tikal, the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed