Hospedaje El Viajero

Panajachel, Solola, Escuintla, Guatemala | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Solola

    Guatemala 2014

    A travel blog entry by stevensfamily on Jun 21, 2014

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    ... were served on large buns with a very thin patty and a sweet ketchup sauce. On the way home, Olivia and I had very upset stomachs. We think it was a combination of the food and very bumpy roads. After stopping at a gas station, we both felt a little better.

    Saturday, June 28:

    Felix, Bryan, Phyllis, Olivia and I went into town to purchase a cake to celebrate our time together and our last day with them. After we arrived back at ...

    Maltiox Lago de Atitlan

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Apr 29, 2014

    17 photos

    ... village. It was a nice place with friendly
    people but for me it didn’t particularly stand out as pretty. There is a lot of
    renovation happening in this village, roads getting extended and schools built
    but I think that this is to cater for the growing tourist trade. The town was
    filled with hippies walking around in their dreadlocks and MC hammer pants. San
    Marco is known for its spiritual retreats. We headed back in time for the rains
    to ...

    Consciousness & Hippies at the Lake

    A travel blog entry by deni367 on Mar 27, 2014

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    ... br> The next day it was a bright an early start to get back over to San Marcos to start my enlightenment. I met my new friends and we all went to our different classes. I had two pretty interesting classes about natural remedies, although I had to sift through some of the enforced hippy ideology they tried to feed us. I definitely learned some interesting things and will go on to read up on more on the subjects, but I dint see why all this had to be accompanied with ...

    Hippies & Guatemalan Textiles

    A travel blog entry by farrellgilmour on Jan 10, 2014

    ... and made thousands of liters of their own wine. All you had to do was stay put for a bit and you were bound to meet the most interesting individuals or have the most bizarre conversations. Like, while waiting for a precious take-out Tofu Peanut Butter Burrito (mmmm), a dude two tables over started complaining to me (totally unprovoked or solicited) about having to follow "the rules" all the time. Next thing I know we're discussing philosophy on the freedom of ...

    Ain't No Party Like a Gringo Party

    A travel blog entry by dinojay2 on Nov 30, 2013

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    ... to these generalizations but I think it would be safe to say that a large percentage of permanent foreigners in San Pedro fall into one of the two following categories - Entrepreneur or Alcoholic.

    Most of the Entrepreneurs own restaurants and/or hostels, always with some specific theme which makes them unique: waterfront dining, sports and games, vegetarian, filled to the brim with Israelis, wifi central, one-stop travel needs centre, Italian ...