Hotel Real Virginia

Address: 11 Avenida 8-11, Zona 1, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 11 Avenida 8-11, Zona 1, Quetzaltenango.
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      Home stay in San Juan, Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

      A travel blog entry by phil-marie2010 on Jan 02, 2015

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      ... tried to understand. Instead this family spoke Sutuhil an ancient Mayan language, so we communicated via sign language. In the early evening a guide took us to the medicine gardens the village uses, then to the art gallery where the paintings were amazing to see, and then finally to the textile shop where they make the local clothing and watched them thread the cotton, colour and weave them into various clothing. It was nice ...

      Textiles and paintings

      A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 24, 2014

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      ... back to his house. There we met the mum, dad and 2 other boys who were 18 and 23, well around those ages anyway. She let us cook tortillas with her and she said she can make up to 100 a day just for her family! They are such a nice family and their generosity to complete strangers is so inspiring. We then met the group for lunch and I had chicken burrito. Just one, but one huge one, like longer than the actual plate. Our next activity of the day was to visit the ...

      Hoping to See an Eruption

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Nov 14, 2014

      23 photos

      ... luggage on the top of the bus, and of course fun and brightly coloured paint jobs on the buses' exteriors. They have been named chicken buses for a couple reasons. The first is that people are often crammed in like chickens when they are transported. We've learned from locals that a Guatemalan bus is never full. The second reason is that often, actual chickens are transported on top of the bus. Each bus employs two men; a driver and another man to ...

      Guatemala - Lake Atitlan

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 07, 2014

      139 photos

      ... already been two sleepless nights for us. We felt the lack of energy in each part of our body. Nevertheless, we already decided to climb Indian Nose and we even paid Q75 per person for transportation and guide, so there was no way we wouldn´t get up and miss it.

      Indian Nose, also known as Cerro Cristalino and El Indio, is a 2,200-meter mountain providing stunning views of the lake, the volcanoes and some of the surrounding villages (Santa Clara, San Juan or San Pedro). It ...

      San Pedro la Laguna - Rabies Shots!

      A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Oct 21, 2014

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      ... were more like a chicken stir fry in a really nice sauce, but came served with not only wraps and rice but chips and a massive salad aswell. Definitely the biggest plate of food I've had in a long time, which even when I'd finished looked like I had hardly touched it!

      After we'd finished eating enough to fill a small army, Kelly, Vicky and I stayed out and went to a bar, but as Rachel is still struggling with a ...