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There is no public transport to Chajul. Unless the colectivo you're on will make there an overnight stay and you're stuck there like me. But if you decide to go here (why would you???) take whatever colectivo drives along Carretera Fronteriza road. Tell the driver to drop you off at the Chajul crucero. Now you have to wait for somebody to pass by in a car and wave. I'm sure they stop and take you to Chajul. People there have a sense for solidarity (the first car took me back to the main road). And they will even decline if you offer to pay for the ride. Just be prepared for some 10km of bumpy ride on a gravel road.
Written Nov 11, 2005