Posada Del Cristo Negro

Address: Km. 224 Ruta Interamericana, Chiquimula, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Km. 224 Ruta Interamericana, Chiquimula, is near Semuc Champey and Lanquin Caves.
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Travel Blogs from Chiquimula

Day 3 - El Canal

A travel blog entry by fwclogin on Jul 28, 2015

25 photos

... 8217;t hear any of them even complain. Bravo Team Guatemala.

During rest breaks from carrying cinder blocks. Team members painted little girls finger nails and played soccer with the kids. There was one special moment before we went down for lunch. Lisa felt led to pray with the mother, Maria because she has a lot of headaches, back pain and is afraid of dying. Maria was ...

Time Flies

A travel blog entry by abrand on Jul 23, 2015

191 photos

... them in your arms.
But once you do, everything changes.” – Radical by David Platt." Oh how much has changed since I've met Cristina. I would make her (along with many others) mine in a heartbeat. Actually, I think I do consider her mine. I know I do.

After Church, Sarah and Enrique, Cristina's house parents invited me in to visit for a little bit. I played with the kids for a while and had so much fun. Kenneth was trying ...

Catching Up

A travel blog entry by abrand on Jul 10, 2015

1 comment, 81 photos

... of time with a little boy named Mainor. He was pretty sick, and cried a lot which is very unlike him. The next day he was diagnosed with pneumonia and ended up on an IV. I spent the afternoon on the third floor, helping out there. They have combined two smaller rooms of babies, and I love to be up there with Dulce Milagros among others. Francisco got choked up again after he drank his bottle and threw most of it up again. His ...

Babies, Babies, Baby throw up, and more Babies

A travel blog entry by abrand on Jul 03, 2015

54 photos

... I knew she had taken it and was taking pictures. I thought I might as well give her my camera and let her snap some photos for me. So you'll notice that there are lots of Yolanda selfies tonight!

Tomorrow will be a slower day, because it's a transition day with groups. We plan to sleep in a little and take some toys down to the hospital. Tomorrow might even be a good day for a dip in the pool.
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Transitions

A travel blog entry by abrand on Jun 30, 2015

64 photos

... were treated to Pollo Campero for lunch. As we went to market and lunch we had Yaneth and Cristian, the child and mother that Carla sponsor. They went along with us so Carla could spend some time with them because a time had not been able to be worked out before then. Lunch was a very neat but heartbreaking experience all at the same time. First she appeared to be worried about how she would pay for her lunch, but HOL took care of that. As the ...