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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 super choppy water as I am certainly no pro in a kayak. And we get a fair way out before deciding to try cross to the town across the opposite side of the lake. This is where the disaster started. I grab the camera out and get a little video of the lake with the surrounding hills and volcanoes.it is such a massive lake amazing me how something that large is formed. After a few bigger wave sets start rolling in, I notice I'm taking in a fair chunk of water into ...
... Then he said goodbye, wished us good luck and left. We were very surprised he didnīt ask for a tip. We kept on walking for another 25 minutes until we found the first hide. It was a 2-storey wooden construction providing a nice view of Lake Atitlan. Of course, we could fully appreciate it only on the way down. It was around 6.30 and both of us were quite hungry, so we decided to have a quick breakfast. After a while our body temperature dropped and we started to be cold which ...
... beer pong..... The next stop was Antigua (still Guatemala!), a 12 hr bus ride towards the south west. One of my new Aussie friends was heading in the same direction, so we decided to travel together for a while. Antigua used to be capital of Guatemala until it was mostly destroyed in the 1700's but it has still kept its colonial charm and seemingly hundreds of churches and is my favourite town so far, filled with hidden markets and amazing roof top terraces. It is ...
... to something that sounded familiar. And of course it was delicious! Finally a shuttle came, packed with about 12 others going to Lake Atitlan. To my surprise, no one was American! They all spoke their separate languages, some from Israel, Sweden, Australia and Belgium. It was a long 4 hour drive through the mountains but we finally made it to the bottom. Lake Atitlan might be the most beautiful sight I've ever seen; with the ...
... chorizo sausage and steak tortillas with guacamole, fries and rice. I topped it off with a strawberry milkshake. The shake was fantastic. While there, I went online and found a place to go zip-lining. After lunch, we walked by the waterfront to shop, then we took a tuk-tuk to the place to go zip-lining. It cost 350 quetzal or $45 USD. It contained 8 zip-lines that stretched from mountain to mountain overlooking Lake Atitlan. This was the best ...