Casa Los Joles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... many people into a bus as possible. This theme has run through our trip often and is wearing thin. (I am writing this in my sleep-deprived/delirious/irritable state) When we finally did arrive in Antigua we checked into a hostel called Jungle Party Hostal and immediately set off to explore the city. The city is beautiful with row after row of pastel coloured streets, all cobbled and very rustic. It had a really warm and wholesome ...
... to take a nap before he had to go into work at Zoola. It was definitely the best nap of my life. Much needed recovery from all the partying we had been doing.
We woke up in time for him to get to work but he missed a meeting he was supposed to attend. He said it was no big deal though. After he went to work I just read and had my favorite fruit bowl. I chatted ...
... a stroke of luck one day when we were on the beach at El Paredon we saw a group of people gathering and a guy in the water near us was pointing saying 'tortugas!'. We wondered across and the turtle sanctuary situated next to our camp was releasing hatched turtles. We were thrilled to watch but they insisted we join in so we released our own little turtles on the beach and watched as hundreds of them traveled towards the shore. It was amazing! We only have memories of this ...
... to myself. Once again I ate breakfast in the sunny courtyard, this time reading Rigoberta Menchu. I then went for a run up to the lookout point again, and I ran into the cutest Guatemalan ladies that became my cheerleaders as I was running up all the stairs to the top. My day was already made at that point, but just to make it extra great I TOOK A CHOCOLATE MAKING CLASS. I learned a bunch of ff, like cocoa comes from South America, but was brought ...
... search... our guide admitted that things are a bit behind the times there as they let us take water on board. No electronic equipment in sight apart from the X ray machine. Our visit to the World Heritage sit of Tikal was pretty incredible and it is always difficult to do justice to monuments of these proportions with words. Our guide was an young archaeologist who said he could make more money guiding than digging for ...