Tag: Antigua

Day 9: Filadelfia coffee plantation I am thankful for investing time into packing my bags last night, this morning all that remains is my pyjamas, toiletries and the contents of the rooms lockbox which will go in my small pack anyway. Ruth still isn’t well poor thing, so I enjoy the final included breakfast alone. […]

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Day 8; A Pacaya Volcano tour There appear to be no discernible road rules on the cobblestone streets of Antigua. Or at least, none obvious to a foreigner such as myself. Right of way appears to be straight, at intersections vehicles seem to take a gap when it comes. The town is busy today. Cars […]

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Day 7: Antigua Our first full day in Antigua brought us the chance to walk the streets in daylight and really see the detail of the town. And what a curious place it is. There are stretches of stone walls, often coloured and broken only by carved wooden doors. The ornate doors conceal expansive interiors […]

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Day 6; Mexico City to Antigua, Guatemala I am so terribly excited to get to Antigua. I picked our hotel specifically because you can see one of the volcanoes erupting from the rooftop terrace! We’ll be there for three nights, before we move to another hotel in Antigua for the start of the tour and […]

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