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LLegada a Guatemala

Ya estoy en Flores que no es poco! Ayer llegué a Guate (así le dicen aquí) a las 5pm tras un vuelo sin mucha historia (salvo que tarda 11 horas). Tony y su hermana Amy me recogieron en el aeropuerto. Llevaba unos 12 o 15 años sin verlos, pero tardamos unos 12 o 15 minutos en ponernos al día...

permalink written by  chriscol on March 2, 2011 from Flores, Guatemala
from the travel blog: Centroamérica



Guatemala, the most colorful country <3

After Caye Caulker in Belize, I got into a shuttlebus to Flores, Guatemala. Got to know Juni & Joar, a norwegian siblingcouple, Nick, a german guy and Kristel, a girl from Holland :) They soon become my "family" :) We checked in to hotel Mirador in Flores, it was nice, beautiful view to the...

permalink written by  mshera on October 28, 2009 from Flores, Guatemala
from the travel blog: The key journey



The Sucky Bus Ride to Guatemala City

With in 10 minutes of leaving Flores; not even 2 Miles down the road at the next bus pick up spot (and thankfully a bus station in Santa Elena) the bus broke down. Let me just set this picture up in your mind for a minute…this is a two Story 45 passenger charter bus with the motor, storage,...

permalink written by  ryan & debbrial on October 17, 2009 from Flores, Guatemala
from the travel blog: Us Discovering the Latin Americas



Flores, Guatemala

Flores is an appealing small town on an island in the middle of a large lake. The island connects to the mainland by a man-made bridge and into the town Santa Elena. We arrived at the Los Amigos hostel in the mid-afternoon, got a bite to eat then took a walk around town. It took us only about 10...

permalink written by  ryan & debbrial on October 16, 2009 from Flores, Guatemala
from the travel blog: Us Discovering the Latin Americas



Tikal

Traveling now for 2 weeks before returning to San Lucas Sacatepequez to continue the work with FUNCEDESCRI. I've been staying in Flores since Saturday, and left the hostel a little after 3 this morning to catch the_sunrise in Tikal, about an hour and a half away by shuttle. Had an amazing view...

permalink written by  cjones on August 18, 2008 from Flores, Guatemala
from the travel blog: so-journ



still alive

So I've accumulated another half dozen passport stamps since the last report. I'm back in Guatemala now, speaking broken Spanish and climbing Mayan temples. Spent a day at Tikal, looking up at big ruins, and looking down from on top of them. Wow. I'm gonna be an archeologist when I grow...

permalink written by  Jason Kester on February 16, 2002 from Flores, Guatemala
from the travel blog: Central America



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