2 Avenida 12 28 Zona 10, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, 01010, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Day

A travel blog entry by bostonot on Jul 25, 2014

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We traveled from Boston to Guatemala City with a layover in Panama City. Total travel time in the air about 8. We are finally in our hotel safe and sound. We took a cab from the airport and I enjoyed practicing my Spanish with Ovidio Arreaga. He has been a cab driver for over thirty years. It's cost about $8 for a cab. Our hotel cost $12 for the …

Small World, Big Family

A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret

... to meet some of them very soon. Through Glenn and Judy, we met a missionary couple serving in Guatemala City who were aware of Marshall, Texas. Michael asked what church we attended. When I told him Cypress Valley Bible Church, he said "Oh yeah, Bob Bryant pastors there." It turns out that Michael worked with Bob Wilkin at Grace Evangelical Society, an organization ...

Day One

A travel blog entry by jenniferruetz

... than began our over 4 hour car ride to Zacapa. During the drive we had an opportunity to see both the good and the bad areas of the country. Guatemala City is very touristy but portions of poverty similar to all major cities. It had shops and restaurants we all recognized. As we started getting out of the city we saw (to name only a few) - homes made of dump scraps - public urination - armed gun man with some pretty ...

Back home

A travel blog entry by skyenichol


... to villages in the surrounding countryside, having dinners out, and even climbing two volcanos in two days. The first was Volcan Pacaya which is half day trip where you can cook marshmallows on the hot spots. The second was Volcan Acatenango, which I’ve blogged about separately here: ntries/skyenichol/1/1390138974/tpod.htm l

Spanish lessons continued, and we’re getting ...


A travel blog entry by kezzah16


... every effort it took to get to the top. Surprisingly it wasn't hot from the larva but very very cold and windy due to the altitude, we were over the top of the clouds and it felt so good. Now the trek back down had to begin, not looking forward to it but at least it was going to be easier than the way up. And to our hope it was, on the way down we stopped of on a ledge where we roasted marshmallows on a fire and had a couple of beers!! Because the volcano was that hard ...

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