Hotel & Restaurante De La Abuela

Address: Kilometro 206.5 Carretera CA-14, Coban, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Kilometro 206.5 Carretera CA-14, Coban.
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Travel Blogs from Coban

Chillin' in Lanquin

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 04, 2014

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... to maneuver our way into them. It was a very welcome change in temperature in the water and was so nice to be in there to cool off after our mini hike up. Hinesh happily let the little fishies eat at his feet (apparently they were exfoliating his feet….) I was meanwhile trying to flick them away, the feeling of fish eating at you is a little too disconcerting for yours truly. We stay in the cool waters for about 30 mins before eating our packed lunch from the hostel ...

Doña Grissda Maldonata

A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 24, 2014

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... succulent tropical fruits of the region. Of course, some sort of 1+ carb was served at every meal, usually in the form of sweet bread or tortillas. Even with pasta, there would be bread. Anyone who knows me knows that I'm obsessed with bread, but the amount of carbs at every meal was overwhelming at times. I tried to control my bread intake, but my will power is very limited when it comes to bread. Bread, cookies and piņa coladas are my weaknesses.

The Craziest of Crazy

A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz on Dec 19, 2013

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... hole as water rushed along with us into the pool below. I felt my heart beating in my throat as my turn approached and I sat down as the guide explained, in Spanish, what I was to do as my body found its way through this opening into the pool below. Really?! Like how crazy stupid is this?! But everyone ahead of me has done it so here I go! I don't really remember the process of it but do remember seeing the rest of my group sitting on the ...


A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on Aug 07, 2013

... wait for the facts.
Seemingly between the lack of education here and the mistrust in the justice system these forms of community punishments are all to common here, especially in the rural areas.
Very sad and distrubing.
Between Pedro, Mr Bus Boy and now this, our short time here in Nejab/Coban has given us some serious insight into the real lives of Guatemala.
We left Coban very thankful for our own country and despite its problems, its "normality"


Lanquin (Samuc Champney)

A travel blog entry by hanpanda on Jul 27, 2013

... I'm scared of everything! Zephyr lodge is amazing, you need to book in advance. It costs 35 quetzals a night but they have this tab system where food, activities and drinks go on and basically means you end up spending so much. The first night we got so drunk playing flip cup so by the time Rosie's bus from Guatemala City arrived we were all drunk morons. The next morning we all woke up a bit worse for wear. We stayed in the hammocks and embraced the ...

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