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A note about Flores, Guatemala...

I've been recently traveling through Guatemala and I wanted to share this experience with fellow Guatemala travelers. The "route" is typically through Xela, Pana, Antigua, etc, but part of my travels this time around took me to Tikal and then to Flores, Guatemala.

I highly recommend this area! I found a lovely little spanish school in Flores called "Dos Mundos" that has excellent prices and great teachers, and it's one of the few spanish-language schools available in the north. I didn't find it in my Fodor's guide, so perhaps in a future edition it will show up. If anyone is interested in more information about this school, its located on Calle Fraternidad in Flores. The website is www.flores-spanish.com.

So if anyone is looking to jump between spanish schools this would be a spot worth checking out. Flores is a tiny, slow paced island up north, definitely a highlight of my travels. Highly recommended! Happy travels, everyone!

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