Posada Del Cristo Negro

Km. 224 Ruta Interamericana, Chiquimula, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Chiquimula

Our last day at Hope of Life

A travel blog entry by babamissesyou


... at little Jaime, and had to resist the urge to pick him because I hadn't seen the rescue babies yet. I learned that he is actually a twin, and the other little baby I adore in the crib next to him is his twin, Heidi. We spent the most time with Janette and Christien, and we all cried as we said we loved each other, we would miss each other, she thanked us over and over and over again for helping to save her baby, and she kept grabbing on to us again and again in a giant hug. None of ...

Day of Work and Play on Campus

A travel blog entry by babamissesyou


... them about half full, which helped reserve our strength and also to work faster. The WCA kids were troopers, hopping right in and filling buckets and then dumping them over a wall. There were some of our group who also helped split cinder blocks. We took a nice long break in one of the towers there, in the shade and with stunning views of the valley below us and the mountains across from us. Everything is so green here, and the view provides the ...

Sharing the love of Christ with young and old

A travel blog entry by babamissesyou


... is very lonely, and asked her if she could just sit with her so she could cry. It was a testimony moment for Carla that touched her deeply.
As we were getting ready to wrap up at the elder center, Hugo came to tell us Carlos wanted our group to be at a prayer service with the father of the baby that died, because he wanted us to see the other side of the rescue ministry. Only one other group joined us. Carlos started by first telling us the story of the ...

"break my heart for what breaks Yours"

A travel blog entry by babamissesyou


... coming here for about 4 - 5 years. This was definitely one of the most difficult experiences of the day. It was crazy - it was noisy, dirty, smelled, there was stagnant water in the corner, a few mangy sick dogs roaming around, kids again wearing torn and dirty ragged clothes, you could smell smoke from the dump fires, there were cattle 100 feet away, and people moving all over the place. Desperate people hungry for a meal. HoL brings food on ...

Total Village Transformation & a baby rescue!

A travel blog entry by babamissesyou


... waiting when the kids came back from playing soccer.

We did the baby rescue in Mira Mundo. When we drove up, 10 mothers were waiting with their kids, all of them wanting to get in the truck and pushing their babies at Julio to see. He checked medical papers and babies, determining which needed immediate nutritional care. One of the boys had sores all around his ankles that is some form of bad infection, and Julio was going to try and see if ...


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