|Our Hotel in Antigua|
|This is another way to power a coffee depulper|
|As Green As it Gets, sewing operation|
Antigua is a colorful city rich in history, which has attracted travelers and residents from around the world. Cobblestone streets are quite common, and they have left scattered ruins of old buildings destroyed by earthquakes, an interesting and charming connection to their past that I have not seen done deliberately in a city before. There are countless stores selling handcrafted textiles and souvenirs, many bookstores, plenty of great restaurants and a lively nightlife. This city has found a way to capitalize on their culture and history without sacrificing too much to the unrelenting demands of tourists.
|View from our dinner spot above Antigua|
As it turns out, all of us love to play Euchre, and I don't want to tell you how late the ladies were up playing cards tonight - let's just say I left at midnight and they were still going strong.