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Bye Bye Pana, Hello San Pedro - Day 19

Mon 19th Feb

Sign of a good night – wake up fully clothed, a mouth like Gandhi’s flip flop and a banging head! Brush teeth, take 2 tablets and go back to bed – was only 6am! 828 more words


Chichicastenango & A Night Out in Pana - Day 18

Sun 18th Feb

Up and out again this morning and grab breakfast to go as I set off to Chichi – one of the biggest markets in Guatemala. 686 more words


12 hours to Panajachel - Day 17

Sat 17th Feb

They say things happen for a reason and the issues with transfers meant I had to buy another but as a result of this I changed my plans and decided to head to Panajachel (Viñas Hotel runs this for 200Q) 353 more words


Guat'SUP! - Lake Atitlan, Guatemala

Guatemala’s Lake Atitlan has quite a history.  84,000 years ago a massive volcano collapsed into itself.  The resulting caldera filled with water and Lake Atitlan was born.  1,375 more words


The Holiday Season

Guess who’s fallen back on his blog writing again?

This guy.

When I last left you, I was describing my time in the Guatemalan jungle; an eco-hostel, swimming in natural pools and lots of trekking. 347 more words

Central America

Panajachel | Santa Cruz

16.01.2018 – 20.01.2018

I was really lucky. My friends Kevin and Lexa left also the same day for Panajachel. The good thing was that they are travelling by car so they gave me a lift to Panajachel. 497 more words

Central America

It is guat it is

From Tikal, we took the easy route and flew to Guatemala City, and then grabbed a shuttle to Antiqua. Ringed by volcanoes

the town is known for its Spanish colonial, often Baroque, buildings, which mostly date from after 1773, when an earthquake destroyed much of the city… 438 more words