Casa Vieja Lodge

San Jose, Guatemala | Lodge
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    Day 3: Visit to Power Plant

    A travel blog entry by msj322 on Jan 21, 2014

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    ... cruise ships.

    After the tour, and taking care of some specific things I needed to document, we went to lunch. I was told my only 2 choices were Pollos Camperos (like KFC) or Domino's. I thought that being near the coast (Pacific Ocean) would yield some nice restaurants, and touristy area. But since Guatemala's beaches are all volcanic ash and black, there is very little tourism by the beach. I chose Dominio's. Nothing to report ...

    Living in Antigua

    A travel blog entry by gscaldwell on Dec 24, 2013

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    I cannot believe we have already been in this beautiful place for over two weeks! Although I know that our experiences here so far have changed us, I would not be able to say yet in what way; a wise friend told me recently that we may not fully realize how different we are until we come home. Writing this on Christmas Eve Eve (it is actually the 23rd right now, despite what the post date states), I run the gambit of emotions from homesickness to joy to ...

    Welcome to Guatemala - one week in Antigua...

    A travel blog entry by justin_and_emac on Oct 03, 2013

    67 photos

    ... Australian Chris whom we met at the top. We had some great food in Antigua, highlights include restaurants Porche No, Cactus and Cafe Faro which served a daily menu for 15 quetzales (£1.20)! Also the mojito bucket we purchased with Gemma and Dave for 119 Quetzales that came with a full bottle of rum!! Overall we are not sure what we saw in Antigua however we loved the vibe and were sad to leave at the end of our ...

    Catching my Breath at 4000 Meters

    A travel blog entry by hughsie23 on May 05, 2013

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    ... and started the one hour drive to the still sleeping village of La Soledad where we would park and start our ascent up the volcano.

    Once in La Soledad, we piled out of the van and had a brief chat before starting our ascent. Wilbur explained what our day would like; the hike would start off at roughly 1550 meters (5100 ft.) and finish at 3,975 meters (12,720 ft.). We would hike through four distinct environmental zones each of which should take us ...

    Pacaya volcano and Choco Museo

    A travel blog entry by sarahbooth on Feb 09, 2013

    12 photos

    ... Andy but went outside at 06:00 to wait for the bus so we managed a quick chat.

    Pacaya volcano
    06:15 the minibus turned up and we picked up a few more to make 15. A variety of nationalities. An hour's drive out of town, through many little villages up and out of the bowl were in. We stopped by a shop and were told there were toilets there. There was one toilet at the back where the family lived. We queued in the kitchen and looked at the variety of birds, ...