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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Zaculeu Huehuetenango
Our group stayed for a week here, and had a wonderful experience. The hotel is the oldest here, but beautifully renovated, and boasts a serene inner patio in the middle. There are birds, fountains, and wifi, and thus is a perfect oasis from the hustle and bustle of the city of Huehue. Much recommended.
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... us. Rachel and I were hesitant to go as our bags were "safely" tied to the roof and hopefully covered by a tarp.... after about 30 minutes we were forced to get off as the buss wasn't going anywhere, our bags were thrown down from the roof and we ran for cover at the next buss. After our buss adventure we decided some local tacos were in order so we grabbed lunch and headed for our schools. Rachel was going to some medical Spanish school that cost an arm and a ...
... reminds me to be grateful that I'm not living in a politically tumultuous country where I see friends, neighbors and family members get shot on the streets. It reminds me that I shouldn't remain passive, that I should have a voice and that I should take action when warranted. The US has a lot of power and influence over other countries; its presence in global affairs remains huge. It's important that the US uses this power and influence wisely to provide good rather than ...
... 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 ...
... through the caves in such a fashion. There were many formations to observe, mostly all smooth like marble from the constant water erosion. We had sections to clamber over slippery rocks and at one point climbed up a waterfall- inside the caves, using only the light of a candle! This proved tricky when one hand is clutching your only light source and enduring hot wax constantly dripping onto it. Plus you sometimes forget and almost singe an eye or some ...
2. Pick the bays when they are ripe and remove the fruit to only keep the nuts inside
3. Let them ferment in water for 1-2 days. The best coffee sinks, the low quality submerge
4. Separate the different types of coffee and lay the nuts on the ground for 5-6 days to be dried and roasted by the sun
5. Once perfectly dry, bag the nuts and sell it
There was a very important ...