Tak'alik Maya Lodge

Km 190.5 Carretera Pacífico, Retalhuleu, Guatemala | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Km 190.5 Carretera PacĂ­fico, Retalhuleu.
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    Travel Blogs from Retalhuleu

    Guatemala 2014

    A travel blog entry by stevensfamily on Jun 21, 2014

    14 photos

    ... were adorable.

    Friday, June 27:

    True to her word, Phyllis arranged for us to go into Panajachel. Panajachel was beautiful. It had a lake, Lake Atitlan, which was surrounded by mountains and an active volcano. After arriving in Panajachel, we stopped by a restaurant on the waterfront. We were most excited that the restaurant had Wi-Fi than we were about the food. However, the food was alright. I had a traditional Guatemalan ...

    Volcan San Pedro

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Apr 17, 2014

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... was very relaxed with the main activity going to the pub to watch the Spanish Cup final between Barcelona & Real Madrid. The match is massive in Guatemala because everyone supports one or the other. It was an awesome game with Gareth Bale scoring an individual goal to remember shame he’s Welsh and a former spud. The majority of Guatemalans are Barcelona fans so they were left very sad. We spent ...

    Through the highlands to Quezaltenango

    A travel blog entry by jim.coates on Dec 01, 2013

    6 comments, 22 photos

    ... of the highway. Within a minute a pickup had stopped across the road. A guy in a Stetson and four helpers jump out and came over to help me lift that beast up again. Can’t beat Guatemala for friendliness!

    Quezaltenango was celebrating the first Sunday of the holiday season. They venerate their patron saint, the Virgin of the Rosary. The main square was lined with food stalls and places selling textile work of different kinds. ...

    Leaps and bounds....El Salvador to Gautemala

    A travel blog entry by katywade on Sep 05, 2013

    ... Also, I needed some money. I was only carrying US dollars, since that is a currency used in El Salvador, and they have been accepted everywhere that I have traveled this summer. I try not to carry much cash with me on days that I will be traveling a long ways by bus, and I knew that the 20 dollars in small bills I had would be more than enough to get me to antigua that day. There was only one bus an hour headed to Guatemala City, about three hours from the border and it ...

    Xela xela xela

    A travel blog entry by whereshallwego on Jul 30, 2013

    ... pushing and shoving, the staring, the heat, the smell and dirt arent so appealing after a few times. It was a short visit.
    Back to Xela for our pre climb meeting and too pack.
    (we also spent another night here after returning from the volcan, nothing exciting, but the unfortunate event of sharing a room with an older not so gentle man who used the bathroom rather loudly and often and ****** the whole night through! I was truely ready to move on!)