Mayan Pacific Hotel

Address: Km 178.7 International Highway Ca-2, Xetulul Xocomil, Retalhuleu, 1001, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Km 178.7 International Highway Ca-2, Xetulul Xocomil, Retalhuleu.
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Travel Blogs from Retalhuleu


A travel blog entry by alimaterna on Jul 07, 2014

... when we did eventually get up, we got our shuttle to the Pacaya volcano to begin our 1 1/2 hour ascent. The walk wasn't too bad, a little challenging and the views on the way up weren't too great due to a lot of mist and cloud, but when we reached the top, the view was pretty incredible! We walked across the hardened lava from where the volcano exploded a couple of months ago, which was crazy, and then, our guide whipped ...

Volcan San Pedro

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Apr 17, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

Good news to start as Everton lost and I found out that Alex has got himself a graduate role with KPMG to start in September which is absolutely awesome. I suggest some backing, skiing or World Cup action before you start as they will never let you have any time off when you start. It's also really easy to transfer with KPMG to Brisbane when the time is right…

Our first day in San Pedro ...

Lake Chicabel & Xela

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Apr 12, 2014

39 photos

... weapons! My teacher pretended to read tomorrows paper and said 17 die in biological attack on school in Xela.

In the afternoon we watched the local university do their annual anti-government march through Xela. It involves they making floats, demonstrating against everything from corruption, to international politics to anti-army etc. They all dress up in outfits that range from funny to a mixture between a priest and the ...


A travel blog entry by doove on Feb 17, 2014

179 photos

... 35 year old going out with a Danish 21 year old hippy.

The Australian guy, Paris, was one of those very opinionated people that constantly likes to get his point across even though no one is listening. I tried on several occasions to dumb the conversation back down but he seemed pretty set on telling us about every government in the history of man – IIIIIII DONNNNNT CAAAAAAARE! The Mayan’s were also apparently failures…Sometimes he ...

Through the highlands to Quezaltenango

A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 01, 2013

6 comments, 22 photos

... had been set up in front of the Cathedral for a rock band raising money for their youth group. I bought a lovely blue huipio bag with woven decorations to strap on the back of the bike where Daniel’s bag used to be.

In uruguayan Spanish, the response to thank you (gracias) is 'it is nothing', 'you don't have to' (de nada, no tiene porque). But here after you thank someone they say 'don't be sad about it' (no tenga pena). ...

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