Villas del Pacifico Resort & Conference Center

Address: Chulamar, San Jose, Guatemala | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from San Jose

        The Guatemala gringo trail

        A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Apr 09, 2015

        ... to panic. We had managed to delay this panic by changing up and spending the emergency $25 that had been given to us by Mary, in case we found ourselves in dire straits. We decided that being stranded in a party town with no recourse to alcohol was definitely dire straits enough. So thank you Mary, we had a great time.

        We met a great group of people in San Pedro to share these beers with, and together we even ...

        Stop. Hammock time!

        A travel blog entry by swandawg on Feb 12, 2015

        142 photos

        ... br> We also saw various plazas, statues, pieces of art and some of the houses of the 14 richest families. One of these houses is now inside a shopping mall. It was bizarre. From what I remember of the story, the mall was being built but they were denied the rights to demolish the house so they build the mall around it. It seems such a shame to have this beautiful old house inside a faceless modern shopping centre. Standing on the balcony you can almost imagine the grand gardens ...

        Semuc Champey

        A travel blog entry by steveclark on Dec 10, 2014

        4 photos

        ... then stopped for a quick chicken and rice lunch before heading to the main attraction. The Semuc Champey pools. Upon entering the park, we climbed up if anything too many steps to the Mirador or viewpoint. It said it would take 1 hour 15 mins but it was more like half an hour. But half an hour of thigh burning. However it's good excessive and the view was amazing of the pools. We got some good pictures thanks to crazy Pepe, who was climbing the barriers and trees to ...

        Ep. 33 Semuc Champey

        A travel blog entry by itsthejourney on Aug 09, 2014

        2 comments, 16 photos

        ... this tiny hillside town, is Semuc Champey. Limestone has built up over time to form a 350m long set of natural pools that hangs over the river Cahabón. We start the following day with a sweaty hike up to the mirador (view) to look down at the incredible natural sculpture. A guide then leads our group jumping and swimming down from pool to pool. The water is so crisp and cold. The sunlight is just ...

        Chillin' in Lanquin

        A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 04, 2014

        17 photos

        ... my voice. The scene was beautiful and the patchwork hills were on show as the sun was dipping down. Jaime spoke no English so we conversed in our very un poco español and learned a new word on the way down – Bantiox (local Lanquin Mayan word for thank you).

        Dinner was Thai at the hostel and we again sat with Sophie and William and two Canadians – Mark and Alex. We played “Cards against Humanity” after dinner and had a couple of ...