Casa Vieja Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for tonight's events! Turns out I had one of the craziest times ever! The gig was absolutely amazing and the atmosphere was electric!! I definitely enjoyed myself, as I sat in the corner and pretended to drum along with the band using a bar stool... May I add that this was a few rum and cokes later! The name of this blog is 'Suero Botran' which was a drink myself and hetty decided to have at one point in the night... I wish I could translate it correctly but all I can say ...
... of Guatemala, I got to hang out with the most beautiful group of kickass, kind, supportive and powerful women. Together as women and as feminists we talked **** out to make sense of, and resist, the patriarchy that in one way or another negatively impacted at least one of our lives every single day.
I lived with a Guatemalan family, made Guatemalan friends, went on dates with Guatemalan men, and yet also became close with other foreigners from ...
... Guatemala and she was not interested in seeing the inside of a Guatemalan prison and was ready to toss it out the window if anyone came on board but she made it through 3 crossing in and out of the country.
Speaking of border crossing, security checks and such, I think we all know how random they can be and we certainly found that true in Central America, not that we are a group to worry about, ...
... of town. It is located on the side of a mountain with wonderful views of Antiqua and the two volcanoes Agua and Fuego. It was beautiful and sunny, and unexpected surprise considering it is rainy season here. I can listen delicious lunch eggplant sandwich with lots of veggie toppings and spicy mayo,corn on the cob, roasted on the barbecue and of course cervezas! Accompanied by a singer who was singing songs in Spanish and English ...
... and then we want off for a little walk. We went around saw a few markets, most of the selling the same stuff as the next. So you really just had to look at one to see everything that te others had. Next on our tour was the Jade factory, where you got to see how they made items out of Jade and see how it was done in the old days. I ended up getting a Mayan necklace which represents my Mayan birthday, surprise suprise, I'm a Monkey. Off to a chocolate factory ...