Antigua is by far my favorite city in
The owner, who processes everything by hand in small batches was taking a well-deserved rest:
We also found a small place selling pupusas. Pupusas are made by stuffing corn tortillas with cheese and your choice of ingredients. I chose chicken, sweet peppers, and olives for mine. The pupusas were delicious and filling!
We stopped by Tabacos y Vinos to see Ricardo and enjoy one some wine and some delicious espresso.
Ricardo was even nice enough to take us back to
We also enjoyed an “obscuro” or dark, Guatemalan beer called Moza that Ricardo assured me was not favored by the locals who drink a lot more lager. Erich and I split the beer, which came in a very strange tall glass:
It was nice to enjoy a stout again, even though it was nothing close to my favorite – Guinness!
One thing I'm definitely going to miss seeing the "Chicken Buses" barreling down the streets that take the locals from one city to another and all over Guatemala City.
I’m writing this entry on our last flight of the trip,