Hotel Modelo

Address: 14 Avenida, Quetzaltenango, 09001, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 14 Avenida, Quetzaltenango.
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      Fahrt nach Quetzaltenango

      A travel blog entry by bernd_koss on Mar 03, 2014

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      Eigentlich wollten wir von Coban aus quer durchs Inland nach Quetzaltenango fahren. Davon hat man uns aber nachdrücklich abgeraten. Wir sind daher erst einmal nach Guatemala City gefahren und von dort aus dann auf der Panamerikana nach Quetzaltenango. Das war zwar erheblich weiter, aber die Panamericana ist in Guatemala zum größten Teil vierspurig …

      The days before el día

      A travel blog entry by shneezelor on Sep 16, 2014

      ... it correctly. I thought he was very convincing.

      Because I haven't started volunteering yet I didn't really have any opportunity to meet other travellers and guatemaltecos other than my family, so I checked out a couple of the Spanish schools and I found one that's super beautiful: Celas Maya. They have activities planned every day for the students, and the staff there is actually so amazing. I was invited to go out with ...

      Nueva amiga, nueva familia

      A travel blog entry by shneezelor on Sep 12, 2014

      ... has just recently retired.

      My host family could not be more accommodating and welcoming, and I am so thankful that I can communicate with them in Spanish. They are an older couple named Christy and Willy. Mi mama came out for a walk with me through the narrow, colourful, and crowded streets of Xela. She showed me a Spanish school nearby, the town square, and a viewpoint where we could see all of Xela. It is ...

      Living on the lake

      A travel blog entry by zendrik on Sep 03, 2014

      5 photos

      ... waters. The water levels rise and fall with the seasons, but has been getting higher each year. One good passing hurricane could raise the water by several meters. An interesting echo of my last few years in Duiwerivier, where I was flooded once, cut off by rising water twice, and lived with some trepidation when there were 3 day rain storms.
      My new home will be 1 minute walk from the Las Piramides garden where I attent the kirtan sessions and play my new ...

      Leon to Guatemala City

      A travel blog entry by alimaterna on Jul 05, 2014

      ... some wifi and sustenance before getting a taxi to the teatro hostel. Our taxi got stopped by the police on the way, where he got searched and we had to hand over our passports. Fun. When we got to the hostel, they had no beds for us, and after deliberation and saying it was unsafe to walk anywhere else at that time, they set up beds on the floor of a room for us and we were nackered so just went off to ...