Getting around the cobbled stone streets of Antigua takes a bum of steel. The cheapest ride in town at 15Q and the most available is the infamous Tuk-tuk which is a three wheeled shaken baby syndrome vessel. True, true if you are losing your mind with a screaming baby spend your 15Q and your child will be asleep. The ride is soooo bumpy over the cobblestone that I always question if the child is just getting a concussion rather than being lulled to sleep.
The second question is "How many Guatemalans can fit into a Tuk-tuk"? As many you can cram in. I have seen whole families disappear into the vehicle. With such precious cargo on board one would think that the drivers would gently drive over each cobblestone with care. However, I am convinced that Tuk-tuk drivers are ex-chickenbus drivers. Hasty. Fast. Crazy. They squeeze between a chicken bus driving slowly and another car inching in traffic like a cartoon slinky. They suffer from little dog syndrome. Just hold on. Do not look.
Without any more delay I give you a ride! Avoid if you get motion sickness.