Un Paseo Por La Antigua
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... 00! I'm there!! I settled in to my new abode for the week. There was 5 gallons of filtered water, a stocked kitchen- dishes, microwave and a coffee maker, with a bag of coffee and a grinder! What more could one want! Off to the store for some necessities, bread, beer and snacks! I stopped by my school to double check that I was to start Friday at 8:00 am. CHECK! I then went to the bank for some cash! CHECK Off to the supermarket to buy groceries! CHECK Bread, beer, snacks! ...
... better as it was quieter and the sites largely uninhabited by the tourist hoards. We managed to spend a few hours at the massive market of Antigua and wandered and got lost looking at the produce, veges and fruits and enormous number of second hand clothes sellers. We had a look at a few churches too and ate late at a local burrito place . Antigua has heaps of restaurants but all at tourist prices. However there are lots of Spanish ...
... arts of making chocolate was awesome. In the afternoon we had spectacular local Cerviche with prawns which is a stable for Guatemalan’s drinking while on holiday. However with their Cerviche they have beer with lime juice, salt and soy sauce in it! We were about to order the same until we realised what they were putting in the beer and asked for it con nada (With nothing). It’s as bad or worse than the Chinese heating ...
... down the volcano, almost unable to lose our balance in the thousands of small stones that caught our steps and the view of the whole country down below us worth the whole hike up alone! After another great meal prepared by the incredible guides we started our decent back to earth. We booked into an eco-lodge just out of town for two nights and after saying our goodbyes to new friends we headed off looking forward to a shower and an afternoon nap!
... who want to learn Spanish through immersion. There are many Spanish language schools in Antigua, and it is one of the most popular and best recognized centers for Spanish language study by students from Europe, Asia and North America. Language institutes are one of the primary industries of Antigua, along with tourism. Thanks ...