Tak'alik Maya Lodge

Address: 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

      Antigua

      A travel blog entry by alimaterna on Jul 07, 2014

      ... of marshmallows from her backpack and we began to toast them on the volcanic rock! It was absolutely amazing, really once in a lifetime sort of thing, and the marshmallows would always go down well with me, to be fair. After this, we went to a little 'lava store' they had set up, where they make really cool jewellery with the lava rock. I may have bought a couple of presents. After this, we saw more amazing views on our way back down ...

      Mayan rituals, Saint's days and a 3 day trek

      A travel blog entry by thomasworldtour on Jun 28, 2014

      1 comment, 74 photos

      ... and a Mayan deity and is supposed to represent negative things, the theory being if you keep him happy then they won't happen to you. His effigy lives in the house of one of the brotherhood who look after him and he moves every year hence why you have to ask around to find him. Normally he receives offerings of rum and cigarettes (he even has his favourite brands) but as we couldn't find any rum (very odd as it is normally everywhere) we left a few cents instead. Again there is ...

      Guatemala 2014

      A travel blog entry by stevensfamily on Jun 21, 2014

      14 photos

      ... find it interesting that the family owned a t.v. and had an antenna outside the home supported by bamboo.

      Wednesday, June 25:

      Today, we built 2 prefab chicken coops at the church and took one to our second home to assemble. We didn't get very far because our nails were much thicker than the ones we had previously used. We all struggled to get the nails in, even though we predrilled our holes. Phyllis was upset with Felix because ...

      Volcan San Pedro

      A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Apr 17, 2014

      1 comment, 19 photos

      ... of the day chilling by the lake and making plans to hike Vulcan San Pedro on Day 2.

      Day 2 started at 5am and involved walking around 30min from our hotel to the trail head for the climb up Vulcan San Pedro which looms over the town. It’s 3020m at the summit and is the 12th highest in Guatemala. Our guide had been climbing it for over 7 years and we suitably impressed him ...

      Coffee volunteering

      A travel blog entry by peteandcai on Nov 23, 2010

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... community service. For one month the man had to repair the village’s only road and the woman had to harvest coffee - both without pay.



      One thing we were quick to impress on our hosts was that we were there to work. Because they are such lovely people, they wanted us to relax and settle in, but we were keen to crack on. Thankfully there is loads to do in Lomo Linda. In addition to coffee harvesting, ...