Suites Reforma Apart Hotel
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... for the beginning of the school year in Guatemala. Of the more than 6,000 children living in and near the dump, only about 200 can be taken care of. These are children for whom the organization has found sponsors. Because they finance themselves only from donations, they can provide only for children that are "paid for". It means those children get a free meal every day, come to do their homework to "Potter's House" etc. Some of them even got to the university in ...
... couple of spiders floating around which keep me on edge, but I've got Mel on hand to deal with them, and its good we don't have to share with anyone else. The host mother, Nivia, doesn't speak a word of English. She cooks us all our meals, and sits with us at the table, the idea being that we practice our Espanol with her while we eat. The first few nights were pretty quiet, just the sound of our forks scraping the plates as we all sat there in silence not being able to communicate. ...
... because there have been no restaurants close to the hostel at all. Just one more night, until I finally could see Vanessa again, the person who knows me the longest beside my parents, she met me (as far as two babies can meet) a few hours after I was born. Michéle, a friend from Vanessa, who I really like, was in Nicaragua a while ago and joined our troop for a ...
... are not grafted from anything like how seedless grapes and bananas are amde. They also don't use bug spray - as Lorenzo kept saying a superbug will ruin us all. After the talk he showed us a weird divine toilet that he made, which is covered in plants with light that sheds onto the loo seat, and says he goes there for inspiration... He showed us the macadamia oil that they make, which apparently is the active ingredient in all anti ageing products. It has an emollient ...
I'm going to keep this post somewhat brief. I believe most of you know we planned to meet with B's family. We met them at a very beautiful McDonalds with a nice courtyard and play area. We spent the afternoon with them and our trusted guide and translator. It was awesome. When they arrived, B ran to her big sister, C, and gave her a big hug. All of us adults in the family cried happy tears. We shared stories and information ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuites Reforma Apart Hotel Guatemala City
The hotel is located in a business district (Zona 10, Viva Reforma). This is considered among the safest districts in Guatemala.
The hotel is fair. The room was big but badly lit. However, it gave a homely feeling to the entire stay. The hotel has a nice restaurant. The staff is very polite and cordial. Very helpful.
I received a discounted rate on account of a long stay and hence, found it quite inexpensive compared to the other accomodations which were going for almost twice the price.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.