Tak'alik Maya Lodge

Address: Km 190.5 Carretera Pacifico, Retalhuleu, 11001, Guatemala | Lodge
 
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This lodge is located on Km 190.5 Carretera Pacifico, Retalhuleu.
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        Travel Blogs from Retalhuleu

        Yummy treats, taxidermy and textiles in Xela

        A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Jun 21, 2015

        49 photos

        ... our time in Xela was limited otherwise we may have to be rolled out of town. Afterschool with our heads bursting with subjunctivo the eating continued as we returned to the house for a big lunch, at times including dessert. Some afternoons we attended activities with our classmates including salsa lessons and a visit to the local textile museum. The trips highlighted many interesting facts about the people of Xela and Mayan culture. We also visited the ...

        Street Vendors are my weakness!

        A travel blog entry by swithrow on Jun 01, 2015

        5 photos

        ... of 7. I had french toast again, which was again delicious. I love the way she makes it because it isn't very eggy like most of the french toast in the US. After breakfast I went to school.

        Today, school wasn't too bad. We went over my essays that I wrote last night and there were only a few small corrections that had to be made. It is really nice to see a lot of progress. Today we ...

        Aprendemos el idioma y la cultura quetzalteca

        A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Mar 23, 2015

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... of Daisy's from Diabetes UK and went to a Swiss restaurant on top of a hill. Daisy had boiled potatoes with a slice of cheese. Random, but amazing.

        We also managed to fit in a few bonus activities, such as seeing a 2 headed stuffed goat at the natural history museum and going to yet another Mayan textile museum with our school buddies, to learn about the clothes and traditions of ...

        Conference of the High Order of Chicken Buses

        A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jan 03, 2015

        2 comments, 41 photos

        ... market is supposed to be a high intensity affair with a special section for animals with much careful examination of teeth and tongues and some degenerating into a wrestling match between man and animal. However, It wore a sleepy uninteresting look this morning with all humans and animals keeping to themselves. The whole town is Guatemala’s garment district and is full of vendors selling all manner of clothing, blankets and such. The ...

        Santa Maria Full Moon Hike

        A travel blog entry by lpringle on Jul 14, 2014

        5 photos

        ... handed out the marshmallows I'd bought, and then quickly got back in our sleeping bags and all cuddle up for warmth for the hour and a bit break we had at the top. We were also offered banana bread, granola and oatmeal with jam and peanut butter for energy snacks and breakfast, but I stuck to my marshmallows and gummy worms!

        Just after 8am we had a group photo at the top, packed up our stuff and started the decent. I expected it to be horrendous ...