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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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... the border, we got told there was no bus to San Pedro Sula until 4am. This was a pain in the **** because it meant we'd have to wait around and then get a 7 hour bus to La Ceiba the next day. So... We decided to hitchhike in a truck to San Pedro instead! We chatted it through with the police and guards at the border, as we were with Mora, a lovely Irish girl who is travelling to Utila with us and speaks fluent Spanish! Jackpot! After a few trucks past, another guy pulled up and ...
... walk to Hotel Isla Verde to grab a nice healthy lunch. Hinesh was taking
photos along the way and about two minutes into the walk we hear a splash and
down goes one of his thongs / flip flops into the water. The determined Hinesh
manages to climb his way between the docks to fish out his new flip flop. For lunch Hinesh had the
chicken ceasar sandwich while I scoffed down the falafel wrap. It was a really
nice view from the balcony, too bad about the ...
Monday April 4th to May18th San Pedro La lagunaWell for the previous 5 weeks we spent 5 days a week 6hrs plus a day trying to learn some Spanish. The school was lovely overlookiing the Lake Atitlan and we tried hard to get the basics of grammar and confounded verb conjugations learnt . It was hard and tiring and for me a very emotional journey. I had way too high expectations of myself and typically was way too ******* myself when I didnt get concepts or remember it all.The family ...
... tube. Experiencing the hot springs was something that both Jaman and I had on our "traveling bucket list" and it feels great to have checked that off. (Not that we won't try to find other springs along the way;)
After all that goodness soaked up, we were now faced with a problem: getting back down the 8 km mountain road. But someone up there was looking out for us as the nicest people were just leaving the springs 10 minutes after we posted up the side of ...
... Stupid Gringos! What the heck are they going to do with this useless piece of land?!?!"
Turn it into a food forest paradise overlooking a majestic lake and attract countless high frequency individuals looking to better themselves. That's what.
San Marcos is filled with hippies: old hippies, young hippies, dirty hippies, clean hippies, poor hippies, and rich hippies. I met new age gypsies planning to sail from Panama to Indonesia and pirates who ...