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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuetzalroo Guatemala City
Everyone was so helpful at this hostel. I definitely recommend staying here!
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... Herbs and natural remedies are often preferred over pharmaceutical medicine. 8) Traditional dress, the huipil, is important to Guatemalan women. They wear colorful, woven textiles and they all must have long hair. 9) Guatemalans like their guaro strong. The Guatemalan government banned the Indians from making it, but guaro plays an important role on their religious and cultural ceremonies. 10) Guatemalans live as a community and each member plays an active role. Everything ...
Tracy and CoJo took and early bus out but we waited til the noon bus. About 5 hours to Guatmala city then another hour to Antigua. <had trouble finding a hotel that was not full or very epensive so we hired a taxi to find us one. It was not near the main square but was nice enough and only $15 a night. Quick dinner then some tv and bed.
... like jumping out and pushing it up. No, it made it but at times the driver had to drop into first gear. Yes, it is walkable but a long walk. For what should be a L 60 to L 80 / NZ $ 3.50 to $4.70 / US $ 2.90 to $ 3.90 return ride, why walk? Saw a local runner in his hill climb! Better him than me.
... The chair had completely given way, and the front legs of the chair were splayed out in front of it. Whoops!! We all had a big laugh about this as Noé and Laura knew about our adventures on our flight down here. We were making more memories for the blog!
During dinner, Noé and Laura told us the story of the miracle she received with the healing of her eye sight during the last year. She had been diagnosed with a type of glaucoma that ...
... thank God for our Mommas and washing machines. On Thursday we traveled to Antiqua. It's the oldest city in Guatemala and boy it's a gem! We all walked around with our jaws open at the beauty. We took enough photos to make a book! We shopped in markets and bought many traditional Guatemalan treasures. Last night we met with all of our Guatemalan friends again and participated in their ...