Posada El Arco

Address: 4 Calle 4-36, Chichicastenango, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 4 Calle 4-36, Chichicastenango.
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    Travel Blogs from Chichicastenango

    A day of no pictures! Crazy!

    A travel blog entry by swithrow on May 29, 2015

    ... I wasn't very hungry at the time. After the hour or so of the talk and people buying food, the dance finally started, at around 11.

    There were about 6 or so different types of dances that are Mayan decent that a different school exhibited for us. It was pretty cool to see all of the beautiful colored clothing and all of these dances that seemed very simple but long! Many people were taking pictures and video of these students, but I ...

    Panajachel, Chichicastenango and Antigua

    A travel blog entry by bevlangbein on Apr 27, 2015

    12 photos

    ... Mayan (Quichė- pronounced Quich eh) and she had travelled over two hours to get to the market and would return to her village after the markets. She spoke no Spanish, just Quichė her native Mayan tongue. Most of the sellers at this market had little or no Spanish and were native Mayan. The other tablecloth was a Chichicastenango one with mountain patterns in it. Beautiful and both were natural dyed and handwoven. We found the lovely cafė ...

    The coolest god in the world

    A travel blog entry by 7800miles on Feb 26, 2015

    6 photos

    ... conversion numbers up, the Maya kept their faith, and the Shamans kept doing their thing. Oh, and now tourists get to show up and act all awkward about taking pictures of someone's god figure (2 Quetzales a person, in case it comes up).
    Apparently every village has its own style or pattern on the traditional clothing. We learned however that if ...

    San Juan. Lake Atitlan

    A travel blog entry by swkemp on Jan 14, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... City for de shelling prior to export to the States.about 6-7 40ft containers per annum. 500lbs cherries yields approximately 100 lbs of coffee with parchment and a final 80lbs of final green coffee bean. We tasted a 80 roast colour coffee as an espresso - excellent cup. San Juan was less commercialised in terms of tourism but quite unique. The craft work was quite different including pottery and paintings. We also visited a natural therapy centre growing a whole range of ...

    Market Day in Chichicastenango

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 04, 2015

    2 comments, 26 photos

    ... Mexican allies. The Masheños (citizens of Chichicastenango) are famous for their adherence to pre-Christian beliefs and ceremonies. Cofradias (traditional religious elders of the hierarchy) hold processions around Iglesia de Santo Tomás on Sunday carrying silver processional crosses and incense burners. We probably missed the procession, but we experienced the incense filled atmosphere in the dark interior of the Iglesia situated ...