Casa Vieja Lodge

Address: San Jose, Guatemala | Lodge
 
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      Antigua - superbly awesome!

      A travel blog entry by markjezek on Feb 20, 2014

      3 comments, 68 photos

      ... out and surrounded the fire to keep warm and enjoy the hot dinner goodness. Our guide told us that unless the weather shifted there would be no sunset summit hike - and this is exactly what happened. Everyone hit the hay around 8PM, jumped into their sleeping bags and tried to get some sleep. Due to the altitude, sleep comes difficult and both Amanda and I woke at 4am feeling like we had been hit by a bus! Amanda more so, feeling a little nauseous and light headed. But with ...

      Die Hutmacher

      A travel blog entry by nickymaus on Nov 21, 2013

      3 photos

      ... mich irrsinnig, als ich von ihren Reiseplänen hörte, die identisch mit den meinen waren.
      Wir buchten eine Wandertour mit Übernachtung auf dem Vulkan Acatenango für ein paar Tage später und haben uns im Markt mit legendären Tiermützen eingedeckt (weil knapp 4000m) und sind damit Feiern gegangen.
      Es ist nicht allzu gross übertrieben, wenn ich sage, dass wir das Highlight dieses Abends darstellten und uns danach quasi die ganze Stadt ...

      Antigua

      A travel blog entry by kezzah16 on Oct 15, 2013

      ... photos to add and then upload to Facebook so everyone can see what we've been up to. 3 1\2 hours later and they were finally on!! So enjoy them because it was a massive effort. Tonight we decided to party again. We headed to mono loco, the bar where we watched the football. Luckily for Kerry it was ladies night, only 4 quetzals for a drink. You can imagine what I was like when the clock stuck 12!! Birthday celebrations begun ...

      Volcanoes, chocolate and a couple of sangrias

      A travel blog entry by jamescorks on May 14, 2013

      4 photos

      ... Capital. The original was located under one of the volcanoes and was decimated in a landslide from the volcano. Anyway, I'm sure you get the picture. The town itself is a maze of colorful colonial spanish buildings, many with ornate garden courtyards. At the centre of the town is a central square with the cathedral, mayoral and old government buildings.

      Without wasting too much time, Tof and I went on a walking tour of the city, which as you ...

      Catching my Breath at 4000 Meters

      A travel blog entry by hughsie23 on May 05, 2013

      9 photos

      ... hot sun beat down on us we stopped to admire the view. On a typical day, we would have been rewarded with a view of the other volcanic mountain ranges, but today was cloudy so all we could see was blue sky contrasted by a blanket of fluffy white clouds that we had already climbed through and wisps of incoming clouds being pushed up the volcano by the wind. As we started to climb once again we finally came across the switchbacks that Wilbur had promised us. ...