Hotel Casablanca

7 Av. 3-41, Huehuetenango, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Huehuetenango

Guatemala On Speed, Caving in Subtitles & Tarzan

A travel blog entry by inoursuitcase


Our Spanish is improving everyday. So our wish for hot showers yesterday after a massive trek in Tikal did not happen....... we ended up with no water at all. The hotel had run out the two delightful daughters of the house came into our room with a large bucket of water and a bowl to use. Last night we had a big feed of Burritos and nachos, beer …

Coffee & TV

A travel blog entry by foggie


It seems that every in every town you have to visit the market, the church and the central park/plaza. But that standard description would be a little harsh on Coban.

We arrived in the middle of storm and it was raining like mad and settled on the first hotel we found. And after a really disappointing microwave meal at a cafe we went to …

Las Maria's Cave and Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by nani.rump


... more! Over the bridge and onto Semuc Champey- a cascading limestone bridge of turquoise pools with a raging river flowing underground through it. We weren't in the mood for the 'mirador' or lookout as all the photos of postcards etc were taken from there so we had a pretty good idea of what it would look like. We decided to take it slow and explore the pools as we walked through them. After the others from the group had joined us we headed back for the gruelling return trip back to our hilltop ...

Caves, Tubing and Exploring Pools

A travel blog entry by samlocke3


... before walking to the Semuc Champey pools. This is a natural monument of a 300m limestone bridge with the Cahabon river running underneath it. On top is a series of stepped turquoise pools. We began by hiking up to the mirador, following a steep trail through the jungle over slippery rocks and tree roots. We eventually made it to the top and were greeted by a spectacular view of the green valley with the series of turquoise pools at the bottom. Really ...

The Imaginarium

A travel blog entry by davelynch


... The Sonstruction and I decided to catch a shuttle from Antigua to Lanquin and after much deliberation on which company to go with, we decided to use the company that seemed the nicest, which also happened to be most expensive. We used the ex-trusted method of nice people + slightly more expensive = a better journey.

Departure date arrived and true as bob, our shuttle was worse than a taxi in Jozi. The front seats were occupied by a Guatemalan family ...


This hotel is located on 7 Av. 3-41, Huehuetenango.
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