Casa Los Joles
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Los Joles Antigua Guatemala
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... would be adequate for a child, but not for somebody of my height or with my big feet. Anyway, it was certainly a memorable experience. I mentioned pollution and it is really sad to see such toxic gases pouring out of vehicles with no control. After a short time in Guatemala City you will probably get a lump in your throat so you will cough every now and again and produce phlegm. I know it's not pleasant, even to read about, and sitting on the chicken bus meant that the door ...
... so much fog blanketing your vision that you can pretend you're surrounded by anything you want. I wonder how the candy-cane forest is doing today?
My other observation was scarier than a rabid volcano - gas prices were higher than an ash cloud in the atmosphere. I had gotten used to Mexico's nationalized gasoline stations charging an average of 12.5 pesos (about $1) per liter. With 1 gallon of gas (or any liquid I ...
... 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 ...
... I can't really say much about that apart from it being a great time, we danced, we drank, we had people on the bar an shots being pored into our mouths. It was fantastic, absolutely amazing company and everyone seemed to have a great time, not sure what time we all got back, I think I got in at just after 1am, and from what I understand some others went off to an after party and didn't get home until way ...
... Wow, that cold there, huh? Yikes. That is really going to suck. Hope mom brings our jackets to the airport.”
When asked if this sort of predictability was part of a conscious decision to make travelling smoother and less eventful, not to mention less interesting to read about, he replied,
“Yeah, I know, right? Weird”, obviously having not entirely grasped the point of the question.
Unpleasant Hangover Once ...