Hotel Rio Azul
Travel Blogs from Quetzaltenango
... the weekend enjoying.
Gina had mentioned about wanting to get her hair done and the more I thought about it the more I decided I fancied mine doing too. We stumbled across this place on one of the main streets and the head stylist was a very flamboyant Guatemalan guy. Having never had my hair done by a guy before I actually quite fancied the experience and both of us booked in for an hour of treats.......or so we thought!
I went first as Gina wanted to pop back ...
... sat there, because a few minutes later, a tour bus of French people turned up and about 30 of them, all in their bathing suits, tried and failed to get in to the hot pool. Then one of the macho guys actually did it and got his whole body under. There then followed the most ridiculous display of men trying to outdo one another. Emma even video’d it because it was so funny to watch. They were getting in, squealing and then hopping out. Then it went further and one of ...
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... my teacher, Papa Sosa, and I went to Fuentes Georginas hot springs. We left first thing in the morning so that when we arrived, we were the only ones there. We decided to go for a bit of a hike first. It had rained the night before, and it was super slippery. Going up was ok, but going down was terrifying. Papa Sosa fell at one point, and I was going down most of the way on my butt! Due to the mud, we didn't actually even make it anywhere ...
Quetzaltenango (or Xela as its called in Mayan) is a large, smoggy city which if you walked the streets without much thought, youd think was pretty bland, but open a door and everything changes - amazing arty cafes, clubs, bars, shops which are basic but of amazing (ie, you can sit in a chair that looks like it was made in a school woodworking class, splashed with bright paint and eat amazing homebaked bread and drink fresh local coffee from the neighboroughing plantation in ...
Other places to stay in Quetzaltenango
4 St 10-50, Quetzaltenango | 2 star hotelfrom $45