katsiris.com

For all your oogling needs.


Home Login
Album list Last uploads Last comments Most viewed Top rated My Favorites Search
Home > 2009 > Central America > Antigua

IMG_1463.JPG
20 viewsFruit stand and juice maker.
IMG_1478.JPG
Knocker17 viewsGo ahead and knock. I dare you.
IMG_1479.JPG
Demoted17 viewsThis club, once "The" Club in Antigua, now only a shadow of its former glory. 40% to be exact.
IMG_1480.JPG
Just Old17 viewsMany of the old colonial churches have been left derelict as a result of past earthquakes. We did witness a 5.2 earthquake while we were here, though we didn't even know it.
IMG_1496.JPG
17 viewsMost homes are built with solid and thick outer walls (painted bright colours, thankfully) and beautiful inner courtyards that are almost like sanctuaries from the city streets. If someone's door opens, you can't help but peer in.
IMG_1502.JPG
17 viewsAs dusk falls on Antigua, colours fade away
IMG_1506.JPG
18 viewsYet another shot of Agua before dark
IMG_1511.JPG
19 viewsJust another derelict church at the end of another average day.
IMG_1513.JPG
21 viewsLouorda and her daughters, Ilse and Daniela
IMG_1516.JPG
18 viewsIlse is not one for words but prefers expressions and hand gestures.
IMG_1518.JPG
16 viewsA couple girls chat about business.
IMG_1521.JPG
18 viewsI know, I know. Another arch photo. But the flowers! The FLOWERS!
IMG_1533.JPG
18 viewsAnd of course my stay wouldn't be complete without finding at least one place to attempt a panorama. You can see smoke wafting from a distant volcano on the right.
IMG_1542.JPG
19 viewsA view from Cerro de la cruze
IMG_1546.JPG
18 viewsRazorwire is more common than grass in Antigua. Here, there are both.
IMG_1548.JPG
17 viewsStrolling around town with a hat full of flowers.
IMG_1549.JPG
17 viewsProbably my favourite street in Antigua.
IMG_1551.JPG
21 viewsWhen a photo of a horse and a father and son doesn't turn out too interesting, make it sepia!
IMG_1563.JPG
18 viewsJust another cool little alcove that is usually behind thick solid-oak doors.
IMG_1565.JPG
18 viewsOur ascent to the top of Pacaya was always in the shadow of the larger Volcan de Agua.
78 files on 4 page(s) 2