Hotel Ixil

Nebaj, Nebaj, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nebaj

Nebaj, Quiché, montagnes Cuchumatanes

A travel blog entry by coccinelle74


Avant de mettre la cap sur Nebaj, je vais à l'hôtel Casablanca pour le petit déj. Le dimanche c'est buffet de 8hres à 11hres. J'arrive dans cette jolie cours et mes oreilles entendent la musique très plaisante de l'orchestre live ! ça joue bien, pas trop fort et c'est vraiment agréable.

Il y a déjà pas mal de monde et l'activité bat …

Trekking in the Ixil Triangle

A travel blog entry by tipep


After spending a couple of nights in Antigua with Daniel the Herbalist, Proud Mary and George the creative writer, and then a day in Panajachel on Lago de Atitlan with our old friend Don, we moved on to the northern mountain town of Nebaj for 4 days. Nebaj stands at the south-western point of the Ixil Triangle, an area encompassing a large number …

I Never Liked Quiche Anyway

A travel blog entry by doove


Sometimes (okay rather a lot of the time), I really don't plan out what I’m doing all that well. On some occasions it’s quite nice to not have a plan, and just wake up, without an alarm, and then just decide what to do there and then. On the other occasions it causes a massive ballache! This was one of those occasions…

I had a start point (Semuc Champey) and an end point (Quetzaltenango), but hadn’t really decided the itinerary in between. I stayed off the ...

Goodbye Guatemala

A travel blog entry by mel_chris


... ended up being the only one at the class, it turned out that not just locals celebrate Christmas on the 24th. Apart from receiving multiple bug bites of some kind, it was a nice way to start the day. Chris and I then headed along the lake to another hotel where we sat on their deck that was set out over the lake and had a delicious Christmas breakfast. This was followed by a refreshing swim at a perfect swimming spot that we eventually secured ...

Long Ass-Bumping to Semuc

A travel blog entry by samlocke3

... in and out of traffic, overtaking blindly and taking bends at full pelt speed. It was a rather uncomfortable and tense journey, attempting to save your body from being thrown around the van in every direction at frequent intervals. This was made worse by the fact that the route was very windy and in Guatemala it seems they feel the need for speed bumps every so often on roads in the middle of nowhere. Thus a last second slam of brakes throwing you ...


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