One of the best travelling presents you can ever get on the road, is stumbling into a festival or event, that you had no idea of. For the the past 7 days in Antigua, the primary objective of my life (and the woman’s) was going through tons of tastings, venues and details with a wedding planner. Fortunately, in booking this …Read More »
Tag Archives: 2013
Wednesday Photo Nights #10 : Krakow Photo Blog
Krakow is awesome … even in the depths of winter … there is great food, tons of unique and different bars as well as good people to go out with. krakow photo blogRead More »
Winter in Auschwitz and Birkenau – A photo blog
Wandering through Mercado de San Lucas
When you’re travelling, you’ll always find that the main tourist thoroughfare will be overpriced in comparison to the local haunts. Antigua is no different from any other tourist place – the only difference is that the overall price is still so low, that tourists from North America/Europe/Australia really don’t care. For those visiting Antigua, Guatemala – I do suggest that …Read More »
Guatemalan Food Sampling at La Cuevita de los Urquizu – ULTRA WIN!!!
So you’re busy and you don’t have time to visit all the Guatemalan food markets and stalls all around town, then I have an efficient and awesome idea for you. I will warn you, don’t attempt this idea, unless you can pull it off … head over to La Cuevita de los Urquizu (The Cave of the Urquizu Family) and …Read More »
Chocolate making classes in Antigua, Guatemala (ChocoMuseo Review)
On the list of activities to do in Antigua, the ChocoMuseo is usually a hit with the kids and the foodies alike. Basically, it’s two hours of talk and discussion about chocolate. The guides in their very decent English (The standard to English at the center ranges from decent to very good – so no fear of not understanding something). …Read More »
Protected: Antigua, Guatemala accomodations? I could stay in these houses :D
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So you’re in Montreal for New Years day … 3 day Montreal Itinerary … 3 day New Years Eve weekend!!
I love Montreal … it will always be my favorite city in North America. Not just for all the university memories, but for the people, food and general energy of the city. I get a few e-mail questions from readers, but I’m putting this itinerary specifically for a friend who is traveling to Montreal at the end of the year. …Read More »