Hospedaje El Viajero
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Concierge desk
TripAdvisor Reviews Hospedaje El Viajero Solola
Travel Blogs from Solola
... took the opportunity to board another ferry from a different dock, this one surrounded by the submerged remains of restaurants and hotels, to the large town of Santiago, south of San Pedro. We had come here to find a Mayan deity that is worshipped as Maximón by Mayans and accepted as San Simón by Catholics. However, in reality it comprises a small piece of 2×4 carved into a face and neck that is dressed in a hat and jacket, is given a constant string ...
... a variety of tongue twisters, both in Spanish and English. It was pretty cool.
I then came back home and chatted again with my family. It is always good to get to see them. Just finished up with dinner - which was chicken sausage and fried rice patties. It was pretty delicious. I came back to my room and ate another piece of my delicious bread as well and now am getting ready to do my homework for the night.
Have a good night! :)
... In Solola, we visited Asociación Maya de Desarrollo’s (the Mayan Development Association). This is a wonderful organization, and of course everyone had to buy something to support. Their wonderful work!
Copied from the Asociacion website: check out www.athreadofhope.org
"Founded in the 1980s as an unofficial group of women hoping to find some way of recovering from the lives and livelihood lost from the war, the mission of Asociación Maya ...
... is wearing a belt over her skirt, she is single. If there is no belt, she is married. Maybe Steffi should just stop wearing belts once we're married, it's definitely cheaper than jewelry :-)
As some of you know, Ray like fried chicken a lot and, apparently, the best can only be found at KFC in Oman...Good then that Guatemalans also like ...
... a year or so late (this was to take place in Thailand but it just never happened!). The steak was proceeded by a few glasses of beautiful wine in the cutest wine bar!! Such a good evening, however it did leave us absolutely penny less, fingers crossed to paying with american dollars to cross the border......... Guatemala you have been an amazing ten days and thank goodness you gave us some ...