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Jan 28, 2015 - Nebaj to Acun walk

We were all freezing in the night - no heating, how do they survive? I finished up with a blanket under me, sleeping bag liner, sheet, three blankets one folded double and the bedspread, my fleece and socks and was I cold! We all arrived at breakfast with layers under jackets but once the sun came out it was really hot and vivid blue sky all around. The walkers, of which I was one, set off at 9 to look at the church and then the cemetery. Nebaj, Acun and one other village form the triangle where lots of the civil war atrocities were carried...

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Jan 27, 2015 - From Heat to cold - Lake Atitlan to Nebaj

Today was a varied day with stops along our route to Nebaj. Firstly we stopped at a waterfall just outside Panajachel (the largest Mayan village on the lakeside) - not exactly Iguassu but quite high and tippling more water into that very full lake I already explained. From the other side of the road we also got another fantastic panorama of the volcanoes and lake. Our next stop was in Solola - not much to say for it except for it's colourful market. It is like a regional town and is the only one to have paralletl Mayan and ladino...

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Aug 16, 2010 - Nebaj - Guatemala

August 14, 2010 On August 12th we left Pana. Our destination is Coban. It’s about three days drive from Pana using the route I have chosen. On August 12th we drove to Huehuetenango to spend the night. Huehue is the first town I hit when I entered Guatemala so I knew the town and the hotel we would be staying at. The young fellers at he front desk sure where happy to see me again and even happier to see me with a Chiquita! It was an uneventful trip that took about four or five hours. When we arrived we went to the market. My petzel needed...

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