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Jose was right on time, picking us up at La Lancha at the ungodly hour of 4:30 a.m. Indeed, we were up before the howler monkeys, a real feat. This is especially true given that a group of Mexican tourists had arrived the evening before, and their arrival spoiled the quiet nights that we had...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on August 28, 2009 from Coban, Guatemala
from the travel blog: Belize, Guatemala and Honduras (2009)



Decompressing in Coban

Wow! I feel like I've just reentered the modern world after spending the week in Campur, a couple of hours bus ride northeast of here. Learned a lot this week about the conditions, life and work in this very poor region of Guatemala. Slept in a bunk at the FUNCEDESCRI center, but each day a...

permalink written by  cjones on September 29, 2007 from Coban, Guatemala
from the travel blog: so-journ



The Journey North

My third and final impression of Guatemala City, where we (Jana, from Spanish school, and I) had a bus change-over on our journey north, did nothing to convince me of any redeeming merits, but people-watching in a bus station is always rewarding, and the sheer number of locals who constantly...

permalink written by  Alex Kent on September 8, 2007 from Coban, Guatemala
from the travel blog: On the Varieties of Nature



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