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Travel Blogs from Coban
And back to Coban after a pretty traumatic bus ride involving a child with Black Death, a child with chronic diahorrea, and a child who managed to vomit over everyone in the bus (although, to give him his dues, he did try to get it out the minivan - just the driver refused to stop and the inevitable laws of physics applied to high-speed, corners...Coban, Western Highlands, Guatemala wendi2010
I totally got riped off on the bus from Flores to Coban! When you get to any bus station, there are people shouting at you from all angles with destinations, so I asked this one guy how much it would be and even managed to get him down a bit. After having sat on the bus and watched and listened to the locals I realised that I'd still paid 30 que...Cobán, Alta Verapaz, Guatemala oltona
Written by Erica:
I took a trip with my school to a textile weaving cooperative operated by local Mayan women. The cooperation is names Ixel, who is the Mayan goddess of textiles and creativity. Ixel is located in a town called San Antonio Aguas Calientes and is about 20 minutes from Antigua by public bus. The tour included an explana...
Following our trip to Tikal, Emma and I took it easy on the following day. Much easier than planned, in fact, since we both woke up feeling quite nauseous. This churning feeling in our stomachs didn't disappear all day and wasn't helped by roasting heat and humidity. Consequently, rather than going for a swim in the lake, we lazed around in the ...Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, Guatemala honty
Day 41: Copan Ruinas to Ciudad Hidalgo
Total - 310km
Two border crossings today will really slow things up but this is the last slow day and we should make massive progress across Mexico. The aim is to be in the USA within 2 days from here.
Guatemala is a country in Central America bordered by Mexico to the...