Hotel Casablanca

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

Travel Blogs from Huehuetenango

Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by rainman2468


... an uncomfortable sweaty mess doesn't make anything that nice, even a view like that. It was also a bit of torture being able to see the water but not cool off in it. So we only stuck around up there long enough to take a few quick snaps. We headed down to the water and spent the next couple of hours swimming around in the pools. It was loads of fun and the perfect day for it. The pools had little fish who eat dead skin off of your ...

The Yoga Forest Retreat - Lake Atitlan

A travel blog entry by markjezek


... nine blocks north to catch the bus. I threw our big packs into the back of the tuk tuk and we were off. We were screaming up the cobble stone streets, weaving between traffic, down lane ways and past police who didn’t look twice. I saw our bus going up a street and turning off and out of sight, all the while thinking that it has officially left. But to my surprise, the tuk tuk driver screamed right down an alley and cut off the bus, pulling up next to Amanda, ...

Day 36: Lanquin & Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by holliem


... people on the trip. Holly and I had all ready decided that if we were to see anyone again we would like it to be them as they were so down to earth and chilled. We continued down to the pools and found a nice secluded place to leave our stuff. As we jumped in, there were little fish everywhere, it was so refreshing after our hike, the water was so cool and clear, and deceptively deep. As we are swimming around Holly starts screaming which immediately freaks me out, as ...


A travel blog entry by sianm_jones


... We went for a tour of the village to see how the local women have come together to keep an old tradition of making their own cotton and creating their own handmade clothes. The process was really interesting and you could buy some of their goods at the end. We also visited an artist studio. We returned to the house for supper and we saw blanca the mother of the house making a scarf. It takes her a week to weave the scarf which would then be ...

Building Clean Stoves in Xela

A travel blog entry by sashadasha


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What did we do about it?

We took part in building a stove out of clay, bricks and cement. The stove we were assigned to was at its third stage of completion. The first two weeks the stove was made by the previous crew of volunteers using an exhaust pipe. It was our responsibility to build the top of the stove and install the chimney which was not very difficult. We heard that building the third stage was the easiest part and by the end of ...


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