Hotel Maya Internacional

Address: Avenida del Periferico, Calle No 0, Zona 1, Santa Elena, Guatemala | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Avenida del Periferico, Calle No 0, Zona 1, Santa Elena.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Elena

Wet boat ride

A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 27, 2014

Most of us had opted to do a boat trip to a small town called Livingston which was about an hour long up the river. However the weather obviously didn't want us to go out and do things as we saw when we woke up that it had been raining all night and was still raining. It wouldn't have been so bad but it was cold too and because we are in the mangroves everything was damp so it was one of those situations where ...

Such a long day

A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 26, 2014

Breakfast was at a small cafe that was right next door to the hotel and had the most amazing pancakes and it's so cheap, like $5 for a huge plate of food. Diego had said that our day would consist of around 6 hours travel which isn't too bad but we'll see what happens. We left around 9:30 as some of the other girls breakfasts were delayed but we got on the road in time. I feel it was a good day for travel as it was quite ...

Mayan ruins!

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Oct 31, 2014

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... because… I'm not sure why.

The coolest thing about the ruins though, was that there were a bunch of brightly coloured macaws flying around and squawking the whole time. That was actually my favourite part. Not all the old rocks.

After I was soaked through, I went to the museum to see the actual real pieces that aren't stored outside. It was kind of cool, but ...

Forgot my #%%^$ camera charger

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Oct 30, 2014

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... charger and checked my email with a biscuit and a cup of coffee (no leche!) What do you know? I had a host for the night, not too far away in La Entrada.

I was off again, shoved into the back of a mini van with a woman sicker than me coughing at the back of my head, right behind me. After about an hour, I found myself at Johel's house, full of his ...

More Guatemala

A travel blog entry by i.a.c. on Aug 01, 2014

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... Problem number 2 was that the level of disrespect from the children and the complete lack of appreciation for your work as a volunteer made the decision easy to leave. The fact that you eat plain rice and beans that holds absolutely no nutrition, three times a day, is neither here nor there, but it is certainly something that makes you dream about all the other food in the world every single day.

I was at Casa Guatemala for 5 weeks, which ...