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

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A travel blog entry by martinezje on Oct 18, 2014

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... again. We arrived at his home and the first thing you see is a little shop. There we met his dad and I immediately felt comfortable. This super sweet 51 year old man who was proud to be able to help us. To the left of his shop he had computers for use of internet and printers for school kids. We continued walking where we met his mom. This wonderful 52 year old woman who loved to tell story's and giggle all the time. She showed us our big room with private toilet ...

Eleven-legged journeys and mozzie bites

A travel blog entry by jesshill on Jun 10, 2014

So, it turns out that once you're on an island in the Caribbean, you are much further away from anything else and particularly Guatemala. After pondering over-ambitious routes to get to our next destination- Semuc Champey- we decided it would be best to go back the way we came. And so began our eleven-legged journey over two days! Leg 3 of the journey involved our most chickeny of chicken buses yet, being half sat on ...

Awareness

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

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... dogs to eat. Men were shot along a line. Women were often sexually abused and raped repeatedly. Mayans were manipulated and recruited by the government to abuse and kill their own people. Whole families were killed if a family member was a suspected member of the guerrilla or if he/she was too vocal about the events that were unfolding. Everybody was afraid so everybody kept quiet.
The atrocities of past events reinforces the importance of being politically aware. ...

Las Maria's Cave and Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by nani.rump on Dec 29, 2013

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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 on Aug 29, 2013

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... before walking to the Semuc Champey pools. This is a natural monument of a 300m limestone bridge with the Cahabon river running underneath it. On top is a series of stepped turquoise pools. We began by hiking up to the mirador, following a steep trail through the jungle over slippery rocks and tree roots. We eventually made it to the top and were greeted by a spectacular view of the green valley with the series of turquoise pools at the bottom. Really ...

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