Casa Palopo

Address: Carretera a San Antonio Palopo, km 6.8, Santa Catarina Palopo, Lake Atitlan, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Carretera a San Antonio Palopo, km 6.8, Santa Catarina Palopo.
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      Travel Blogs from Santa Catarina Palopo

      Semuc Champey National Park and New Year's Eve

      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Dec 31, 2014

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      ... people's behaviour but Leesh ordering the scroll bun from the bar takes the cake (pun intended). We sit back and enjoy a few more drinks before laughing at the idiots dancing and wait for the fireworks and the countdown. New Years hits and thinks are taken up a notch and plenty of others are hammered while Leesh and I start sobering out not too waste tomorrow hung over. We play a few games of pool and both give Purto a touch up, before giving Elsie and Mike a lesson too. 3am comes ...

      Semuc champey - zephyr lodge

      A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Aug 24, 2014

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      ... tab rapidly. This means 2 of us had to ask Cassie (our English friend) to pay for us and then pay her back when we get into Antigua. Note to Lanquin: get an ATM My little group decided to do the tubing day on our first day. Although it's called "tubing" the main activity is definitely drinking. Everyone loads up on beers and vodka and sets off down the river in the sun and has an awesome day "looking at the sights". This trip was awesome but I was cooked ...

      Flood

      A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on May 04, 2014

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      ... the night; after an hour shoveling ankle-deep in the mud, some willing local men were able to clear the road just enough for our truck to pass; truck that however almost ended down in the valley with the mud and everything else, load of tourists included. After the landslide, after another ten miles and after a decrepit wooden bridge that against all common sense and against any law of physics withstood our weight, we finally arrived at Semuc Champey where a horde ...

      The world and it's own-grown wonders

      A travel blog entry by leannefry on Nov 19, 2013

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      ... and this is a true wonder to behold. All at the cost a semi decent meal back in ole Blighty. Moments like these, opportunities like these you truly appreciate your surroundings and all those numb bums you endure to revel in it. As the sun begins to descend we head ‘home', sunkissed, exhausted and content. Grub, Giggles, Bed – tomorrow is another day, another place and another set of squashed limbs travelling. But it’s worth it, of course it’s worth ...

      Lanquin and Semuc Champey

      A travel blog entry by justin_and_emac on Oct 11, 2013

      46 photos

      ... led by 11 year old local, Alex. The look out was amazing and well worth the walk. Finally we were able to swim in the natural springs and jump off a couple more things. All in all it was a great day and we met some fantastic people. To end our day we visited some bat caves at sunset to watch the bats come out. It was quite cool, a little creepy but something different. We were tired at the end of our big day but didn't manage a sound sleep with Ratty running around the room all ...