Casa Los Joles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Day 4: today was a lazy day. We organised our trek for the next day and did the necessary things to prepare for an overnight trek on Volcan Acatenango. The highlight of today was drinks with Eduardo and Maria. We chatted with them along with Eoin and Susie (the other couple renting the other property). We learned that Eduardo had done Acatenango 24 times, Maria coined her own spanish phrase "tang tang" meaning "are you finished?" and that the couple have ...
... house. We went to No Se Cafe really briefly to try a sip of mezcal (like tequila but supposed to go down smoother) and to a rooftop bar to see the city, but everyone was tired and no one had to energy to party. Everyone was beat from the nonstop activities we had done for the past 9 days. Cafe bars in Antigua (and Guatemala in general) close at 1am, but there are always after parties. Unfortunately, no one had the stamina and I thought it was best to go back to the hotel with my group.
... tackling Chubby McSuperRage alone! Ultimately the plan to lock us up a mountain under padlock and key was ludicrous! We realised we’d walked down the wrong path any way so turned back and walked back down a different one – I don’t think this woman grasped the concept of mountains in her masterplan, so she was defeated and we left under a torrent of abuse!
Well I guess that’s a first! And made it back off Indian’s Nose with no further ...
Holly and I had decided last night that we would go to the 9am Finca Filadelfia tour as it then meant we could have time to have our included breakfast at yellow house, as it was so delicious and so worth making time for, especially the 'papas fritas' aka potatoes in herbs, butter with onion and capsicum (sweet peppers). Absolutely moreish. After breakfast we decided to go for a walk around Antigua. We took some nice photos of the buildings and then went and waited for ...
This trip started out with myself and 2 other SkyWest employees (Angel and Derek) wanting to go on a weekend trip. Originally, we were planning to go to Bonaire to do some snorkeling and enjoy the beach. Unfortunately, as we were driving down to Vegas to catch our first flight to Houston, we encountered a bunch of traffic. By the time we got to the airport, we ended up missing our flight. As we were scrambling to find options, we remembered that LAX-Guatemala City ...