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"Travelling is glamourous, only in retrospect"

Our arrival in Guatemala was timed to coincide with Semana Santa. We arrived into Antigua on Holy Thursday having heard great things about the Easter celebrations in the town. 1,622 more words

Highlights of Guatemala

It’s definitely no secret how much I liked Guatemala and that I will be going back as soon as possible hopefully.)  While I was there, I stayed in four different places: Flores, Lanquin, Antigua, and San Pedro.   125 more words

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Semuc Champey National Forest, Guatemala

This national treasure, buried in the hills of central Guatemala, is a must-see for anyone who loves nature, swimming, or pretty things. The water is so clear you can watch people swim from the high mirador. 46 more words

You're not in Guatemala now, Dr. Ropata.

Guatemala – Antigua, Volcano Pacaya, Lago de Atitlan, Panajachel, Chichicastenango, Coban, Lanquin, Semuc Champey, Flores, Tikal Wednesday 8th April 2015 – Sunday 19th April 2015… 3,197 more words

Adventure Update

Started traveling again! After two nights in Semuc Champey, I decided to follow some friends to Flores and Tikal. Then Guatemala City at a friend’s house and now on to Juayua, El Salvador for a food fair. 13 more words

Semuc Champey, where soul searching is conquered.

I decided at 6 a.m. it was time to move on, to the water taxi back to the mainland and onwards it was. This is where I learnt how incredibly freeing it is to be a solo traveler, although I do wish I had said good-bye to a few people. 1,114 more words

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