Hospedaje El Viajero
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Hospedaje El Viajero Solola
Travel Blogs from Solola
Leaving Danielle behind in Semuc Champey was hard to say good he but knew I would be seeing her in a week after my Spanish course :) Jump on the 7am bus with some of the people I have met over the last few days which was awesome! Arrived in Lanquin and placed on another bus where we would end the next 8-9 hours! Not realizing that we would break down and have to wait an hour on the side of the road for a replaced bus! This one is definately not as comfortable as the other ...
... I spent the first week hanging out with friends after school and mornings drinking coffee while doing homework and the second week living with the family of the schools director. Their home is set up on the hill and I had gorgeous lake views from my bedroom. I learnt a lot during this time, mostly through playing games with the 8yr old son who was quick to correct any mistakes in my spanish! Two weeks at school flew by and it was sad to leave Guatemala and get back on the ...
... days just chilling and having a few drinks or enjoying the local cuisine and hanging out in some hammocks. Some days were all about football and especially the 7:1 or "sieben eins" as we taught our aussie friends, against Brazil won't be forgotten. The bar where we watched the match was so silly to offer everyone a FREE bottle of Tequila for the 6th goal of the match so guess what - we were blind drunk and I ended up putting out a bet that I would dance ...
... a beautiful group of conscious and mindful people who had awakened to their inner self.
My days where filled with meditations, spiritual conversations and realizations, shared experiences, drum circles, mantras, cacao ceremonies, moon ceremonies, Reiki, massages, singing, art and crafts, healthy food, nature, and of course lots of LOVE!
Through my openness and willingness to share those around me helped me discover my spiritual truth and the ...
... br> pleasantly surprised that the rains had cleared the mist and the twin volcanoes
(Volcan San Pedro and Cerro de Oro) were in full view. Armed with our knowledge
of what rainy season now means we set off early on a ferry to San Juan to try
and get the most out of the sunshine before the rains hit after lunch.
San Juan has been our favourite village so
far. As we stepped off the dock we immediately found a café that served the
best coffee I ...