Hotel Virgen del Rosario

2av. 4-28, Zona 3, Coban, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2av. 4-28, Zona 3, 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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... follow the path for 5 mins before the first decision has to be made – Mirador (look out) or Pozas (I’m guessing that means pool). We chose the deficil 1.2km hike up to the Mirador where the terrain ranged from rocky paths to wooden planks to steep rocky stairs. Needless to say we were dripping sweat by the time we got to the top (humidity and climbing up stuff will do that to you). Again the reward made the sweat worth it. We got a bird’s eye view of the ...

Doña Grissda Maldonata

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

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... the richness of the language and I love the sounds of my words (when I pronounce them correctly) and the way that my mouth moves as I pronounce them. The Spanish language is so suave, subtle and romantic; it's impossible not to fall in love with it.
My 1st meal would be like my subsequent meals for the next 5 days. It consisted of beans and fried bananitos (small bananas). I could eat fried bananas all day everyday, but I'm not used to eating beans ...

The Craziest of Crazy

A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz on Dec 19, 2013

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... of pools that we would swim through focusing on keeping our candles lit and if God forbid we lost the flicker of our own candle our neighbour would be quick to lean over and attempt to relight our candle with theirs as we both treaded water beside one another. And then we would see another rocky ledge to climb over or a ladder to climb and give our hearts a break from beating out of our chests from the adrenaline of swimming against the current ...

Coban

A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on Aug 07, 2013

... of the road is gone. Like it just fell straight down. Our driver was cautious, slow and careful thank god. The next three hours were spent dodging the mother and father of pot holes. Landslides. Partial road collapses etc. The mountain side to our left completely unstable, the cliff side to our right extremely steep.
All in all much more dangerous than Bolivas death road but there wasn't va time were we felt in danger as our driver was very good.
We arrived into Coban, ...

Are yoy sure its safe?

A travel blog entry by jellietails on Aug 03, 2013

... more jump before our wrecked nerves were dismissed. After dinner Alex and Joe headed to the local dance and I recruit more of the guys from the hostels. We danced salsa with the locals till the early hours. It was so funny, a vendor with beers, girls begging for empty cans. 100 villagers watching and a handful of couples dancing. We learned to politely avoid the more enthusiastic men and all danced for hours, it was awesome. Bedtime.
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