Hotel Ixil

Nebaj, Nebaj, Guatemala | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Nebaj

    I am another week deep

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jun 13, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... the side of a mountain getting many strange looks from both locals and other gringo's. This is the day we beat the system.

    After giving my number out to many people and getting no messages in return I have decided my phone is broken and my family and I made the trip to a big market that sold everything, we walked up to the back of a van and my "sister" did her thang in Spanish and hooked me up with a $10 phone that came with ...


    A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 26, 2014

    2 photos

    ... without my knowledge. I felt guilty that I played no role whatsoever in ending the war. Many innocent lives of the indigenous rural population, an estimated 200,000 lives, were lost violently over the course of 36 years. It was 36 years of slavery, 36 years of abuse, 36 years of fear, 36 years of ignorance and 36 years of silence.
    The conquest of Guatemala by Spain forced the Mayans off their land and onto cotton/coffee plantations where they had to provide slave ...

    Chajul & Cotzal

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Mar 25, 2014

    9 photos

    We have met a Canadian called Jarren who is going to do the 5 day hike with us, so we spent a day preparing by heading off to Chajul around 20-30km away to see the local Ixil markets. Ixil are the local Mayan tribe and they wear incredibly colourful traditional dress which is red and multi-coloured and is really beautiful. We got a collectivo there and wandered around for an hour before beginning our walk home. ...

    Riding with the police & heading to the mounta

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Mar 24, 2014

    14 photos

    It's lucky that we are well prepared and always early as the collective (Think minivan where they cram in as many people as possible but it’s cheap and effective at getting to smaller locations) left at 4.45am instead of 5am. The 5hrs of cramped travel in 2 vehicles was completely ignored but the absolutely stunning vista we were greeted by. Highway 7 from Coban heading east is one of the most stunning roads in Central America. It’s often shut due to massive landslides ...

    I Never Liked Quiche Anyway

    A travel blog entry by doove on Feb 11, 2014

    93 photos

    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 ...