Casa Los Joles
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Our senses overstimulated from all of the colors, smells, sounds and activity of the market we continue on toward Antigua through the lush Guatemalan countryside enjoying the quiet until we reach our next stop, the little town of Pastores, known for hand-made boots.
At first glance Pastores looks like any other Guatemalan village with quiet streets, stray dogs, and shops covered ...
... get a non-greasy meal. (Whats that? your spider sense is tingling, you find the French restaurant a tad suspicious in this story? you may be the third detective that the Hardy Boys are looking for then). 3am and the bus to San Salvador came and went but food poisoning was here to stay (the closest thing to French food I am going to eat next is freedom fries). Now I can't complain too much, Alyssa was the one who got it the worst then myself and Tammy was ...
... of town. It is located on the side of a mountain with wonderful views of Antiqua and the two volcanoes Agua and Fuego. It was beautiful and sunny, and unexpected surprise considering it is rainy season here. I can listen delicious lunch eggplant sandwich with lots of veggie toppings and spicy mayo,corn on the cob, roasted on the barbecue and of course cervezas! Accompanied by a singer who was singing songs in Spanish and English ...
... of Mexico. The flight was fine a few rough spots but nothing major. On the ground in Guatemala we cleared immigration and customs then packed our jackets away. It was a pleasant 23C with partial clouds and the humidity was not as bad as expected. It will get hotter and more humid the further south we travel. We arranged for a shuttle bus to take us to Antigua which is about an hour out of Guatemala City. The road was interesting as it took us over a mountain pass ...
... and then I needed to move hotels. So went to pick up my bags and checked into the new hotel. Later that afternoon I headed out to the markets. I wasn't sure if they would be open, given all the activities and festivities happening. But they were open. A maze of rows and rows of small stalls, all piled high with colourful stuff! Purses, bags, t shirts, cushions, toys, books. All the usual touristy stuff! Bartering was very easy (they bartered ...