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... souvenirs but at least this time we felt that the money was going to a good cause and a community that's helping itself. After the visit we generally mooched about taking in the architecture and growing fat at a great little cafe in the courtyard of a building dating back to the original Spanish settlement in the 1700's. That night was our last night of the tour after 20 days and 4 countries together. We celebrated with a fine meal and drinks at a rowdy bar where we ...
... to let Gio and Maddie go play Golf by themselves. The family and the little ones walked the park and went down to the outdoor night pools. Its very pretty at night time. There are colored lights in and around the pools, Tiki bars, and people lounging around with kids playing in the pools and slides. Amaia was sick the whole night. Fever and vomiting. Poor baby : ...
... I also tried the coffee but it was too bitter for me. Onto the important part, buying things. Hazel and I both tried on a colourful dress, but decided we looked like we were dressed in a potato sack. But we did manage to buy things, two bags for me, I have decided that Guatemala is the place of bags and scarves! Our return journey back to Antigua was uneventful and we arrived in good spirits ready to do more.....shopping! Mayan wedding ...
... referred to as Rojo Diablo or Red Devils. According to guidebooks, the green buses frequently have armed guards on-board to ensure the safety of passengers!
Unfortunately we would not stay long enough in the city to ride on either the green beauties or the red devils. It being a holiday, most of the museums that where further south in the more affluent Zone 10 would be closed today. We had spent just a couple of hours (maybe three) in ...
... of their loved ones back down to earth for this day. The kites were huge, probably like 25ft across. They were super beautiful with intricate and colorful designs, but nonetheless, the artists would try to fly them and some would come crashing down on the crowd. We had to run a few times out of fear that we would be impaled by a giant bamboo stick. It was super fun and we got a little tipsy drinking beer.
That night we went out for ...