Todos Santos Inn

2a Calle 6-74, Zona 1, Huehuetenango, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Lodge

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Water Adventures

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria


... in all Guatemala.

We decided to go along with a group tour. We are realising that with a guide you get a bit more out of wherever you are in terms of additional gems of information and hidden or obscure things being pointed out. It was a reasonably small group too, so enough for Tselo, our 16 year old guide, to shepherd along.

It was not going to be as straight forward as walking to the pools and jumping in, we had ...

The Yoga Forest Retreat - Lake Atitlan

A travel blog entry by markjezek


... place was asleep by 8:30pm - due to little or no distractions like TV or internet. The Yoga Forest was great and definitely worth it the trip!

**Amanda has written a more specific blog post about the Yoga Forest on her Travel Health blog which can be found at: 4/03/07/the-yoga-forest-lake-atitlan-gu atemala/. Or alternatively if you just want to read all of Amanda's posts, check them out at ...

Day 36: Lanquin & Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by holliem


... and a wave. To which Holly replied ' smooth business man. No time to waste'. Adios the. Becoming another easy way for us to crack ourselves up as we think of the little guy in his jocks selling chocolate.

Holly & I headed back up to the truck. As we were going we ran into another couple from the van yesterday. They had done the same as us and slept in and were on there way for a swim. We made it back into town within 45 minutes, more bumping and laughing all ...

Guatemala´s hidden gem... may it forever be....

A travel blog entry by flyindandelion


... the local´s lap who we would pick up on the side of the road. Many of these people brought their kids on the shuttle too, who were too adorable for words. Savana must be so irritated with me by now. We road the shuttle with another young guy that had come to Cobán on the same bus and watched the heat game in the same bar as us last night. His name is Luis. He is from Guatemala and has about a month off of work and is traveling around the country. Finally ...

Building Clean Stoves in Xela

A travel blog entry by sashadasha


... money for their family. Since there are added costs for books and uniforms, families simply cannot afford to fund their child's education and put food on the table at the same time.

What was it like to learn Spanish?

We were thrilled to go to school every day. Immersing ourselves in the culture and speaking on a daily basis really improved our language skills. When we first arrived, every student was paired up with an ...


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