Hotel Atelie del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Atelie del Mar Monte Rico
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... a rock or two that was sure to leave a bruise. Kev was like a kid again, and enjoyed the rapids, gopro in hand. What a blast. We had an awesome vegetarian Chimichanga and a couple of beers before heading off to bed.
The next day we were so glad that we had done the Semuc Champey tour the day before as it was raining ...
... t think we were going to make it up a steep hill, needless to say there were many screams!! The view point of the rock pools was amazing, it made the walk/climb up worth it! Now to jump in the rock pools! So much fun once I had got over the initial fear of jumping in!! The water is so clear and beautiful and the sun was actually shining! After the mud bath caves in Vietnam that I visited with Hilary and Kelly ...
... some money making music in Panajachel. They where an amazing gift and this is what traveling is all about. Meeting amazing people and talk, feel, taste there culture. PS: we left for Panajachel but the one bus that came ( once an hour ) was so full that it didn't stop. We decided to not end op like the day before stranded somewhere in the dark. So we planned to stay for the night in xela. Defiantly not pretty and the air is super dirty but we had a safe night. Talk to ya guys ...
... of our teachers had a rope an rock climbing gloves. Some points of this "hike" were almost vertical and making it up was no easy task, especially when we were only getting climbing tips in spanish. The climb however was definitely worth it as we were wayyyy above the clouds and could see the entire city. Hikes are defiantly not the correct hang over cure, mooning the entire city did however make me feel a little better another week at school began and as ...
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Most Guatemalans aren't able to leave Guatemala, even the financially well off ones. Many of them don't see traveling as a viable option, so they don't even consider it.
My compaņeras and I met an American who grew up in Guatemala. He was working his family 's sustainable coffee business in Antigua. He said that it ...