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Calle de los Arboles, Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Panajachel

Awareness

A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi

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... 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 ...

Las Maria's Cave and Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by nani.rump

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... the candle out of the water with the other and switching which sides to go on depending on where there weren't big rocks lying in wait for our knees. We ducked under limestone chandeliers and marvelled at small caverns lit only by one or two candles waxed to the rock walls. we heard a waterfall but were at the back of a line and our view was blocked by a rock as to what was happening. Eventually i was able to squeeze through and I found a perch atop a rock formation while the ...

Caves, Tubing and Exploring Pools

A travel blog entry by samlocke3

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We did an awesome tour today, an adventure in Semuc Champey. We sat in the back of a pick up truck for an extremely bumpy, bum bruising ride to reach the river. Here we hiked up to a cave entrance, were each given a candle to hold and ventured in. Immediately we had to begin wading through water getting deeper and deeper, guided only by our candle light, until we were required to swim through short sections, candles held aloft.

A pretty amazing ...

Coffee plantation

A travel blog entry by esoumoy

... in the middle of the 19th century. As coffee become more people in Europe, Germans decided to control the production line, and founded fincas around the country.

I buy a nice 150lb coffee bag as a souvenir, will see how to see it at home. Time to go to seymuc champey. At the bus stop I meet a nice Spanish couple, Elena and Albert, who go in the same direction. 2nd Spanish lesson of the day ...

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