Meson Panza Verde

5 Av Sur 19, Antigua Guatemala, Western Highlands, 03001, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 5 Av Sur 19, Antigua Guatemala.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Meson Panza Verde Antigua Guatemala

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    Travel Blogs from Antigua Guatemala

    Tottering Around Guatemala

    A travel blog entry by joelsalmon on Jul 19, 2014

    ... jungle the humidity was pretty destroying, particularly as our tour was 4 hours long... It was however pretty marvelous to climb the top of the largest temple and gaze out for miles and miles over the jungle rooftop. Just like you see in David Attenborough documentaries, minus that glorious voice. Although I tried to chip in with my own voice impression... It was a fantastic last day in Guatemala, the group was bonding nicely, and that afternoon we headed to our final country: ...


    A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 15, 2014

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    ... ordered a curry and expected the Indian kid, asking for bread to come with it. Then I found it that it was what she called a 'Guatemalan curry', though it turned out to be more like a Thai beef curry. It was tasty enough, and didn't need an accompaniment bread of course. I had a long siesta, did some reading, had a beer and what was supposed to be a light supper around the corner; a Cesar salad. However, I was given so many slices of chicken that it was even heavier than that beef curry.


    A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on May 02, 2014

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    ... all that stuff in our already full backpacks.
    Antigua, the town where we spent our first few days in Guatemala, is another beautiful colonial gem of this continent, a place that we really liked despite being invaded by hordes of tourists and despite being quite expensive by the standards of this part of the world. After a crazy journey to get here from Nicaragua we needed a quiet place to spend a few days and in the end we found a very quiet hostel just outside ...

    A Christmas to Remember

    A travel blog entry by gscaldwell on Dec 27, 2013

    1 comment, 26 photos

    ... re walking in a bit late. This did not seem to matter because in the time we were there, many people came and went (a little weird?!) and we were surprised that mass was just a normal mass, but the highlight for me was the end when we sang Silent Night in candlelight and wished those around us Feliz Navidad as we left the church. Gav, Allison, Michelle, and I then fought through our desire for sleep to stay up until midnight and wander ...

    El Día del Muerto & Guatemalan Culture

    A travel blog entry by rangjill on Nov 01, 2013

    2 comments, 15 photos

    ... poverty are the main causes of this shocking statistic. Our teachers told us that some indigenous families in remote areas will eat only corn tortillas (with salt and lime for taste) for their daily food. Also, with the main crops being corn and beans, vegetables are not always accessible except in markets that may be too far away or too expensive for many to reach. Sadly, most Guatemalans can not own their own land, with 7 families owning 75% of the land in Guatemala. Farming ...