Pension Bonifaz Hotel

4 St 10-50, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Quetzaltenango

Crossing the Guatemalan border

A travel blog entry by bobfm

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Today's adrenalin on a scale of 1 to 10 was 100. It's a hard feeling to trust someone with your passport, registration and license. Especially since they just kind of jump into your vehicle when you slow down for a speed bump and you have no idea what they are saying or want. Not that I would do this trip again, but couple of pointers for the next …

Volcano-verdose

A travel blog entry by doove

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... 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 ...

Rio Dulce and Antigua

A travel blog entry by gerad-and-lisa

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... one of those moments where i found myself thinking how awesome and ridiculous life is right now! Guatemala is incredible! We had the next day to just chill in Rio Dulce, we hung at the hostel then went for a paddle on the kayaks over to an old castle that had dungeons and stuff. It was pretty cool, we also got to see a different side of the town as the area near the castle was not very touristy and really quiet. The next day we got dropped near the bus station and ...

Xela & Lago de Atitlan trek

A travel blog entry by wsbyama

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... but central and convenient. -McDonalds. Sounds bad... But we only stopped in for dessert one night because the nice-looking ice cream place next door had closed already. M&M McFlurry and Caramel-chocolate sundae in hand, we were content, but did feel a little dirty... -Sabor De La India. Tasty Indian food. We weren't sure if it was really delicious or if it just seemed that way because we haven't had this type of food in so long. Either way it was great! It was a bit of a splurge ...

Adios San Pedro, muchas gracias por todas!!

A travel blog entry by carlyandjosh

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... and have had to use our Spanish skills at restaurants and travel agencies.

We said a sad farewell to Quina and her family and moved to the Tepepul Kaan Hotel, which was a bit closer to the main street of the town but still had awesome views of the lake and the mountains opposite the San Pedro Volcano, namely the 'Indian's Nose Mountain'.

As we had decided that the San Pedro Volcano was a ...

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