Pension Bonifaz Hotel

Address: 4 St 10-50, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 4 St 10-50, Quetzaltenango.
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      Estoy aprendiendo...

      A travel blog entry by shneezelor on Oct 12, 2014

      First things first. On Sunday I finally had a salsa lesson after a month of being here. I know, surprising that it didn't happen sooner. I kept putting it off for some reason and I think my friends here thought that I would never end up going despite my daily declaration of: "I think I'm going to salsa lessons tonight!" (some of you can related to my pattern of saying I'm going to do things and then uh...not doing them). Anyway, it was fun and I'm going to take 9 more private classes ...

      The days before el día

      A travel blog entry by shneezelor on Sep 16, 2014

      ... The crowd was seriously going crazy. Every song that came on my new friend Adolfo would say "ahh esa canción es muy popular!!!" Y "ahh me gusta MUCHO esta canción". Every song was special haha. We bought giant beers (at least 750ml if not 1L) and tried not to spill them all over ourselves and others, although that wasn't entirely successful. Of course I soon had to pee (Schafers genes) and I really couldn't see any ...

      Nueva amiga, nueva familia

      A travel blog entry by shneezelor on Sep 12, 2014

      ... other things that I can't remember the name of (although I think one of them is a very important Guatemalan staple food).

      I saw a whole bunch of teenagers making out in the town square today (lol) and I felt first, very uncomfortable and second, elated: ahh, I'm not in Canada anymore, I thought. It feels good to feel new things.

      Last thing: the family has ONE non-chihuahua, beautiful little perro. Yay.

      Living on the lake

      A travel blog entry by zendrik on Sep 03, 2014

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      ... is still calling me, but here in San Marcos I am part of a vortex that holds so many elements that support my personal and trans-personal frequencies. I remember many years ago my friend Darina had given me an astrological insight into my purpose or destiny in teaching. (North node in Cancer?) Teaching yoga for the last 12 years has been very rewarding, and this last year teaching healing/massage therapies has come as a leap into what I feel is my true calling. Or one of them. ...


      A travel blog entry by alimaterna on Jul 03, 2014

      We woke up earlyish this morning to have a wander around the rest of Grenada with one of the guys we met through Patrick. We climbed to the bell tower of the oldest church in Grenada and then walked down to the lake before grabbing a good lunch at Blue cafe. It was then time to say our goodbyes and head to Leon. This was a pretty easy journey as we just got on a cheap chicken bus and got the whole way there. It was raining when we arrived, and we hopped ...