Un Paseo Por La Antigua
Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala
... my hair from getting in my eyes these days). The two girls and I were split up onto two separate shuttles from the markets to the lake. Of course my driver had decided that he didn't want to drive to the ferry terminal (a jetty) so I had to walk through town. As I walked down to the boat Ruki came running up to tell me that their ferry was about to leave so I jumped on the boat and off we headed across the lake to San Pedro. About 2 mins into the 40 kin journey it became apparent ...
... me out for the next almost two days. Our hike was postponed to the following weekend. With a day or two rest I recover, albeit a few kilos lighter…. ha ha ha
On Monday Amanda and I sign up for more Spanish classes, taking them for 3 hours on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. These were great classes, as we were able to build on our basis that we learnt and had been using to date. Our teacher didn't speak a word of English to us unless absolutely necessary which ...
... Everything turned out delicious, but I think we weren't allowed to do a lot by ourselves... The lady who was leading the class was basically the one cooking and we were only her helpers. From this point of view I consider the price too high for what you're getting, but it was a nice afternoon spent in nice atmosphere with nice company.
Antigua is definitely a nice city with lots of incredible ruins and plenty of activities and places to visit around!
... of and just 22 C, it was up and out just after 7 am for a ...
... Everyone wore black and the only food was egg and lettuce sandwich triangles with no salt or mayo. Once everyone was reminded of the finality and inevitability of death it would finish and they would wait in line to exit, looking at the ground. Of course this was scrapped and replaced with a celebration with little meaning but lots of things to buy, stores filled with colorful necessities..
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking