Hostal Dona Victoria

Coban, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel

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A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi

... we were welcomed, as Americans, into the country. Everyone went above and beyond to make sure that we were safe, happy and healthy in their country.
USA: We tend to close our doors to foreigners instead of welcoming them into our country. Many foreigners are left without accessibility to vital resources or social support systems. They are often isolated.
Guatemala: People passing on ...

Mountaineous Coban

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke


We left at 8am and got to experience the Guatemala tank top which consists of an overweight man with a big belly wearing a polo shirt and rolling it up to create the GTT for short. The photo doesn't quite to it justice and I fully expect to see it at the London fashion week. The journey to Coban was 6hrs but it was a beautiful trip through the foothills and into the mountains. It was incredibly lush as we passed ...

Beautiful Verapaces

A travel blog entry by pathube


... to a picturesque view point of Semuc Champey (which the pictures do absolutely no justice of its beauty!) Then, to finish this great day, we went and relax in the pools, jumping from rocks, sliding down others, even swimming under rocks where the head could barely fit to get some air! Just a really great day overall. This was the end of my journey through Guatemala. It was time to visit the next country on the list: ...

Day 35: The Road to Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by holliem


... s like 50cents to us but dinner to them. So safe to say the Aussie girls may have rubbed me the wrong way at times, but they were also a laugh to hang out with. Once we had all eaten we decided to find somewhere to sit. As we were waiting for information from Claire as she was able to speak Spanish and went to find out what was happening, we quizzed our driver as to whether there was another way around. Next minute a blonde lady, with her back pack came walking up, she ...


A travel blog entry by whereshallwego

... hiking shoes (2), trekking sandles (1), brand new cap bought the day before, the lonely planet bible, food, toilet rolls, ponchos and potato sacks (for putting backpacks in to stay dry on bus rooftops).......normally we carry this bag aboard, but mr nice guy put it on the roof when the bus started getting jammed and obviously felt there was something of value inside hence why we didn't want it on the roof.....I'm not sure how happy he was to have found our stinky shoes. ...


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