Hotel Chuguila

Address: 5a Avenida 5-24, Chichicastenango, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel is located on 5a Avenida 5-24, Chichicastenango.
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Travel Blogs from Chichicastenango

Market Day

A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Nov 06, 2014

12 photos

... around the streets and getting a view of the lake. The mountains and volcanoes were all covered with clouds by the time we saw the lake, but the view was still really nice.

Chichicastenango is another village about an hour or so away from Panajachel. It's well known by locals and tourists alike for its large market every Thursday and Sunday. We decided to make the trip to the market today. Our driver dropped us off in the town at around 9:30am ...

Manelleadventures spilt for a week

A travel blog entry by amanda.gwillim on Oct 20, 2014

28 photos

... where studying that my school also and living near me also so we decided to head out for dinner together which was lots of fun so many laughs!! On Monday night we headed for a few drinks back at BUDDAH BAR, as I was leaving on Tuesday was really nice to hang out with some amazing people! Stuart, Danielle, Sabrina, Seb, Lizzy, Adi, Niejea and Jennike and a few others came along was really awesome :) just chilled listen to a few play a guitar in our group and had ...

6 Month Milestone

A travel blog entry by impressionsbykk on Aug 14, 2014

5 comments

... We are not a country in war, with gunfire to dodge, land mines to be wary of, a dictator murdering its country's own people. Despite some exceptions in remote Australia, most Australians will have running water from their taps, both hot and cold, that we can drink. And we usually have electricity running 24/7. We have good sanitation, flushing toilets and we have a welfare system, although not always agreed upon, we have something. So many people in ...

Xela Full Moon Hike

A travel blog entry by alimaterna on Jul 13, 2014

Today we had quite a quiet day sorting ourselves out for our hike in the evening and seeing what buses we needed to get to go to Semuc Champey. We cooked a great dinner and Andrew joined us, then 10pm rolled around and it was time to head to Quetzaltrekkers and get ready for our trek. We had a pretty big group of about 24 people, which was nice. Included in the price (250Q) which is about £18, was all the trekking gear we needed, which was great as we had chucked away all our ...

Living with the locals

A travel blog entry by tillykitch on Jun 20, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... s house who had 2 daughters, Kady-7 and Amarithe-6, both of whom were so cute and lovely. At first we were a bit worried it would be awkward because of the language barrier but after a while we were happily playing cards and braiding their hair. Tilly doesn't speak any Spanish so I had to think back to year 11 Spanish in order for us to be able to communicate as none of them spoke any English. When the dad, Carlos arrived home we found he spoke some simple English which ...