Posada de Carlos V

1a Av. 3-44, zona 1, Coban, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1a Av. 3-44, zona 1, Coban.
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Travel Blogs from Coban


A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on May 04, 2014

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... the night; after an hour shoveling ankle-deep in the mud, some willing local men were able to clear the road just enough for our truck to pass; truck that however almost ended down in the valley with the mud and everything else, load of tourists included. After the landslide, after another ten miles and after a decrepit wooden bridge that against all common sense and against any law of physics withstood our weight, we finally arrived at Semuc Champey where a horde ...

The world and it's own-grown wonders

A travel blog entry by leannefry on Nov 19, 2013

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... and this is a true wonder to behold. All at the cost a semi decent meal back in ole Blighty. Moments like these, opportunities like these you truly appreciate your surroundings and all those numb bums you endure to revel in it. As the sun begins to descend we head ‘home', sunkissed, exhausted and content. Grub, Giggles, Bed – tomorrow is another day, another place and another set of squashed limbs travelling. But it’s worth it, of course it’s worth ...

Lanquin and Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by justin_and_emac on Oct 11, 2013

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... flops which we taped to our feet - lets say it wasn't our smartest idea. We roamed around in the cave for an hour led only by candle light climbing up waterfalls, down tiny holes without any handrails or health and safety chats (pretty sure this would be band in most countries) - overall this was an incredible inexperience. Before lunch we had the chance to have a go on a rope swing and jump off a bridge. Next was a 30 minute hike up to a look out of some natural springs where ...


A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on Aug 07, 2013

... city in central Guatemala at about 4pm. Starved due to our food supplies heading on their own journey, so we showered and went to eat, doing little else for the evening.
The next day we went to the national park right in the centre of town. A beautiful rainforest. We strolled about for a few hrs. Passed another hr or so in the mall, not very inspiring.
And that was pretty much Coban done. Not a very interesting place to say the least, but we've been to worse ...

Concussion, Research, and Apathy

A travel blog entry by larafunk on Jul 12, 2013

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... fantastic and sooo welcoming. I even learned some Mayan Qeqchi, one of the 21 Mayan indigenous languages spoken in Guatemala.

With dirt floors and wooden walls, the family was certainly one of the happiest families I’ve ever met. The mother, illiterate and Qeqchi speaking only, is always joking and laughing with her children at silly things like them dressing up and doing dances. She is currently attending an ...

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