Todos Santos Inn

2a Calle 6-74, Zona 1, Huehuetenango, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Lodge
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This lodge is located on 2a Calle 6-74, Zona 1, Huehuetenango.
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Travel Blogs from Huehuetenango

Chillin' in Lanquin

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 04, 2014

17 photos

... pools. From the large ones at the top to the little pools at the bottom. The turquoise colour was bright from where we stood and was really pretty to see the pools amidst the mountains and rain forest setting. We take our artsy farsty shots and make our way down to the Pozas following the random signs here and there.

We get there and head out for a swim (or wading for yours truly). It was a little rocky and a little slippery to initially get out to the pools but ...

Doña Grissda Maldonata

A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 24, 2014

10 photos

... in my Spanish speaking abilities, which is something I've always struggled with more than writing, reading, comprehension and grammar. After 8 years, I'm finally feeling comfortable and confident with my Spanish, hallelujah! This is not to say that I'm fluent by any means, but I'm getting there. Overall, I'm able to listen, comprehend and respond adequately when directly spoken to and I'm able to describe what I'm trying to say if I can't think of ...

The Craziest of Crazy

A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz on Dec 19, 2013

16 photos

... guide was gathering us all together as we stepped off a rocky ledge into waters we could not touch the bottom in and now were swimming with one hand above our heads trying to keep our candles lit. We had left the light of the outside, safe world and were entering deeper and deeper into the unknown. Deeper and deeper into water filled caves with only a candle to guide us. We climbed up over rocky ledges careful to allow the candle to guide our ...

Are yoy sure its safe?

A travel blog entry by jellietails on Aug 03, 2013

... have a go but Edwin defied Eddie and jumped all the same. We were instructed to descend the drop via the rope ladder that precariously bisected the waterfall. It looked fine from the top but a couple of rungs down and you could have given me the 18m jump anytime. Eddie attempted to hold the ladder still but the waterfall colliding with a bed of rocks and Joe below and Alice above made a smooth descent tricky. Note: this activity ...

Arguably the most beautiful place in Guatemala

A travel blog entry by nozwhitts on Apr 22, 2013

22 photos

... than minibuses used for sports matches when I was at school). The leg room was minimal and my knees almost touched the seat in front; Shane's couldn't even fit so he managed to get the seat at the back with no one sat on the fold out seat in front so he could fit his long legs. We were told that this journey would take 7hrs by our guesthouse, but when a Costa Rican girl asked the driver, he told her 8 1/2hrs. He wasn't lying! ...