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

    Panajachel, shore of Lake Atitlan

    A travel blog entry by kayna on Jul 14, 2015

    22 photos

    ... to sell us things we didn't want or need, and shops selling lots of things we did want but could not carry. The villages themselves were fairly charmless. We took a wander in each one and checked out the churches and a plaza, as well as drinking coffee and fruit juices and eating delicious fruit pancakes. The best bit of the day were the boat rides; zipping along between the villages was incredibly picturesque, though very cold. We ...

    On the downhill slope.

    A travel blog entry by swithrow on Jun 03, 2015

    ... beans inside or enchiladas with carrots and chicken inside. I picked carrots and chicken. Not sure how they will be, but I guess we shall see.

    After break, we went back up to the greenhouse and continued work. We discussed a lot of different things, including information about Kansas and my family. It was nice to get to show my teacher some things about my life and get to talk about my family. I will be glad to get to go ...

    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 ...

    Travel Day-Ciudad Viaja, Solola & Panajachel

    A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Mar 30, 2015

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... www.mayanfamilies.org:
    "We work to educate, feed, shelter and heal the impoverished populations of Lake Atitlan. As an accredited 501(c)(3) non-governmental organization, our mission is to facilitate enduring, sustainable programs that promote community development. Our objective is to stimulate long-term progress through school sponsorships, health initiatives, vocational training and micro finance while providing emergency services to those in critical need. ...

    Lake Lounger

    A travel blog entry by themcgee on Feb 22, 2015

    17 photos

    ... hanging on with both hands and trying to brace your self by planting your feet in an ideal position everytime the driver took a bend. And there were a hell of a lot of tight, twisty bends on this route. I mentioned in an earlier blog that the last time I had seen buses like this was in the film 'Speed'. I had a sneaky feeling that it was the driver's favourite film. I also had a sneaky feeling that he thought he was auditioning for a role as a Holywood stunt ...