Hotel Ajau

8 Avenida 15-62, Guatemala City, Western Highlands, Zona 1, Guatemala | Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Ajau Guatemala City

Reviewed by panamericalandy

A nice "old lady" of a hotel

Reviewed Jan 16, 2013
by (19 reviews) Cape Town , South Africa Flag of South Africa

A place of calm and cleanliness in the smoke and roughness of Guatemala City. Good value rooms with hot showers, wifi and TV. Not such a great cafe due to its very limited menu. Friendly staff

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Ajau Guatemala City

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Guatemala City

So there's a Burger King in Guatemala City

A travel blog entry by cgavin on Mar 14, 2013

1 photo

After being spoiled in San Salvador we didn't want the party to end, so instead of taking the usual chicken buses to Guatemala City, we splurged for a Tica Bus and it was worth every penny. Beyond the large seats (that I did not have to share with two elderly Latino women) and air conditioning, it had what every international bus should have: …

We are really here!

A travel blog entry by babamissesyou on Jun 22, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

Well, it's been quite a day but we made it! Rob, Sophia and I got up at 4:30 am so we could make coffee and leave the house by 5. We were able to swing by McDonald's so we could grab an egg McMuffin on the way to the airport.

We met the group at check-in, which took quite a while but Delta gave us free baggage again, and since we had 20 bags, that was a blessing! For some reason some of the boarding passes were printed on an old printer that ...

5 years later: Update on the schools we built

A travel blog entry by lamonafeliz on Apr 25, 2014

39 photos

... are well cared for.

The school in El Zapote has now doubled in the number of students enrolled, and there are two full classrooms and two teachers, as opposed to the one we started with. With the two teachers, the classes can be divided into 1st-3rd grade and 4th-6th who study together. The school has been progressing slowly but surely. They have planted trees in front of the school, and ...

Found: The Cusco of Central America

A travel blog entry by jeffwright on Nov 18, 2013

2 comments, 52 photos

... we had just walked by a cozy Mexican restaurant that advertised 2x1 mojitos. We popped in, ordered our drinks, and started talking to the couple next to us. Bronson, from Australia met Caroline, from England, when they were in Colombia a couple of years ago. They traveled to Cuba together, went on the El Camino Santiago trek in Spain, and eventually Bronson proposed.

Our conversation was joined at various points by the owner of ...

Introduction to Mayan Civilization

A travel blog entry by peterndolly on Sep 16, 2013

97 photos

... of lesser class.

The picked beans have to be processed the same day to remove the red soft shell to release the two coffee beans. This soft shell is feed back as fertiliser to the plantations. The sugary layer is then removed by centrifuge after one day of fermentation. Then the beans are laid out in the open for 10 days of sun drying before the final two hard and soft skins are removed. The beans can then be graded, originally by hand but now by light, ...

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