Casa Los Joles
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... evil forces of rain!!! Ah, BTW, No rain in Antigua today! El Dia de Santiago is July 25th. A big celebration here, as Saint John is the patron saint of Antigua. There have been more celebrations than usual each weekend in July. They've closed off streets, there's music and dancing in the park, book sales, art displays, a marathhon, and a fair by the market, rides circa 1950 Russian seaside. This weekend is the culmination...thank goodness I'm out of town and off to San Antonio ...
My by far favorite place that I went to visit is the cloud forest reserve. It was such a great sight. Form high above you could see all the clouds just sitting in between the trees. But when you got down inside it is like a whole new world. There was so much vegetation and green it was unbelievable. There were little pond like things that were so clear it was ...
... and many other items was soon methodically sorted, hooked, hanged, placed in baskets or on displays in next to no time. Watching this enticed Kirsty to buy some items from one of the jewellery traders. The bus journey was on time and went fairly smoothly dropping us off in Antigua about two and a half hours later. We had been given instructions to go to a particular shop, and from there they would ring the Earth Lodge to come and pick us up. We ...
... in to graft the young plants. Having patience, attention to detail or a gentle touch with small fingers doesn’t play into why women are better grafters than men. It’s a pH factor. Women have much less alkaline in their skin. Why don’t men just wear gloves?
Maybe it’s a sausage-finger reason after all.
... the historical tour but the centre of the city is a showcase of wonderful early Spanish architecture. The other highlight was a visit to a chocolate shop where they run courses but also display the history of chocolate which had its origins with the Mayan people and was exploited by the Spanish and Aztecs. Finished the trip with a farewell dinner. A great group of people to travel ...