Terrazas del Lago
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Man United or for exploding chocolate all over the kitchen. We were had lots of local beers and soaked up the Antingua atmosphere before packing our gear for the trip to El Salvador. The 5.30am start afforded us the most amazing views of the volcanoes including Volcan Fuego launching plumes of smoke into the air as the sun rose. Guatemala has been amazing and in the end we spent a whole month here so it’s definitely time to move ...
... saying how god is going to take over all governments and this is the dark era before all bad things come to an end. Now I’m not having a pop at religion here, everyone is entitled to their own beliefs, but surely no sane person thinks god is going to wipe away with governments hahahaha possibly the most stupid things I’ve ever heard! But yeh we were all having a good laugh about that particular pamphlet when one of the girls, not realising this old woman was ...
... balls of poo and throwing it at sand bag constructions. After a day or so we managed to get out and explore the town we studied a large muriel that demonstrated visually the history of Compalapa. Very interesting to see the effects of something I had previously understood many years ago involving the united fruit company (del monte) resulting in a corrupt civil war backed by the ...
... is a quasi-religious significance to the festival (the kites are lined with streamers carrying messages to the departed) this is also a competition. Partly decided on the intricacy of the design, the winner is ultimately the kite that has stood the longest and is still standing at the end of the day. Our guide tells us that the winning team pockets the equivalent of $10,000.
Kite building and flying though is only a part of the purpose of the day. Partying with the dead ...
... off. Then we were told they could ride together on one. That worked great. After several minutes of sucking in air and trembling legs, the adults decided to forgo our pride and rent horses for the trip up. Wow did that climb kick our patooties! We got the horses between a third and half way up the volcano. The high altitude could have contributed to the shortness of breath (that's our story ...