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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Aaculaax San Marcos La Laguna
This is a beautiful place set just below the little Mayan reserve where they used to have Mayan sacrifices. The reserve has trails up to the altar and places to swim and a trampoline. The hotel is quirky in all the right ways, with great mosics, tiles and artwoks decorating all the rooms and common areas. The gardens are peaceful and filled with hidden treasures.
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... It wasn't the end of the world though as she then booked us onto the 4pm bus and we got to watch Germany thrash Brazil in the World Cup semi final 7-1! Amazing. We then got the 3 hour bus to San Pedro and then checked into Mr Mullets hostel when we arrived. A really nice hostel with a great bar too. Cheap, too. We grabbed tacos for dinner, chilled with the people in our hostel for the evening and then went to ...
... had no plans on leaving anytime soon. For the kids, the familiarity of the surroundings was an instant draw and source of comfort. Up the hill from both docks, though, San Pedro seemed to retain much of its personality as a Mayan village. Like most towns we'd visited, San Pedro featured a handsome church and plaza, a vibrant market and a tight tangle of stacked houses, storefronts, narrow alleys and electrical wires. Good Friday featured ...
... mountain without much difficulty.
Our effect, as foreigners, has helped doña Paulina, but it has hurt her as well. An agreement was formed between EntreMundos and doña Paulina to allow tourist visits into her home in exchange for medicine, food and money. I was glad that she was receiving much needed help and attention, but I couldn't help but to feel a bit unsettled. It was unsettling taking pictures of Paulina and her home like she was an exhibit or ...
... cigarettes and alcohol. On the dock you have to pay a kid to lead you to a house where Maximón actually is. Once we got there, there were only some men drinking and smoking there. Unfortunately we didn't take any pictures because they wanted money for taking them. All in all, I expected something more special and not only sitting there for a few minutes but well, maybe they just don't like tourists.
I also spent my 28th birthday in ...
... that seems shockingly low, when you think about the time, effort, and tradition that goes into each piece.
Coffee, corn, onions, squash, tomatoes, beans, garlic, cucumbers, green chile, avocados, and dragonfruit grow extremely well in the lake basin. Restaurants in San Pedro La Laguna make the most wonderful creations with these fresh ingredients. Café Cristalinas, Hummus-Ya, Jakuu, and Juice Girls were our lifeblood in San Pedro La Laguna.