Hotel Rio Azul

2a. Calle 12-15 , Quetzaltenango, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2a. Calle 12-15 , Quetzaltenango.
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Travel Blogs from Quetzaltenango

Xela Full Moon Hike

A travel blog entry by alimaterna on Jul 13, 2014

... half an hour. It was terrifying. Literally like something out of a movie with these men's torches literally shining on us and seeing lights all over the place. When it's dark too, your senses become so heightened so I felt like I was seeing and hearing things all over the shop. It was so scary. After this time, and when Ceasar thought the coast was clear we began to walk back down again, in total silence, with the torch facing to the floor so no one could really see us. I ...

Mayan rituals, Saint's days and a 3 day trek

A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Jun 28, 2014

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... local buses but our trusted Lonely Planet (LP for those in the know) said it was pretty safe in daylight hours so eager to escape the tourist bubble of shuttles, hostels and guided tours we gave it a go. We got to the bus terminal that we had reconnoitred the day before and with people shouting out destinations at us we found our bus in seconds and hopped on board as it pulled out and we were on our way. The conductor (the guy who collects the money, I am sure he doesn't have a ...

What a Lush

A travel blog entry by gallery79 on Apr 28, 2014

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So, I was completely expecting Central America to be the ugly, dangerous portion of this trip. But after getting my passport stamped at the border, Guatemala smacked me in the face with a big, beautiful, green open palm...millions of palms actually. The country was a throbbing mountainous mass of lush scenery, where jungle and rain forest fought for attention throughout the endless sierra ...

Lago Atitlán, Guatemala

A travel blog entry by sara.mairs on Apr 14, 2014

2 comments, 29 photos

... there are no other outlets, so what finds its way into the lake directly or via runoff from the villages and agriculture ringing its shores tends to stay a while. As a result, while the water is cool and clear, it is not especially clean and the lake level is particularly susceptible to climatic variations in rainfall, extreme weather events and seismic activity. Torrential rains accompanying Tropical Storm Agatha in 2010 raised the ...


A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 28, 2014

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... among one another fascinates me (it's one of the reasons why I chose to become a nurse). The farewell lunch was beautiful and delicious. The women spent hours cooking us a traditional Guatemalan dish called, pepian and tamales. They allowed us to wear their traditional huipils and taught us their traditional dance, which consisting of a lot of shuffling forward and backward haha. It was a beautiful day full of beautiful people and a lot of beautiful memories were made that day.

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