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Not being able to stay on in Casa del Mondo, I decided to go to San Marcos and the Hotel Aaculaax where I arrived late-morning after a 10-minute ferry ride from CDM. My room wasn't ready, so I registered, dumped my big backpack in a locked room and went off to explore the village.
The weather went from bad to worse as the day wore on... < …
Before heading down to Guatemala I head probably heard more about this lake than any other place in Guatemala save for Antigua. I read a book called "Time among the Maya: Travels in Belize, Guatemala and Mexico" by Robert Wright. This book was set in the early 1980's and much of the book took place in and/or around Lago d'Atitlan. I would recommend …
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Saludos desde el lago Atitlán. Die Reise hier her war lang und beschwerlich. Alles fing an mit der Entscheidung, nach unserem Tag in Tikal noch so viele Kilometer zu schaffen wie moeglich. So sind wir vom lago Peten Itza in die romantische Stadt Sayaxché gelangt. Naja, also um in die Stadt zu gelangen gab es 2 Moeglichkeiten …
The hotel were staying in is pretty chill, its made by a german guy out of recycled glass bottles and bamboo and other local materials. We have our own private room with bathroom, which is no small thing when your backpacking, and got a chance to catch up on laundry and personal hygiene, but unfortunatley not sleep yet. Our first night somebody …
Route - Antigua to Panajachel via collectivo shuttle for $5 each. Pana to San Marcos by lancha ferry for 25Q. For the purpose of conversion - US$1 is 8 Quetzales.
Last night, we made it to Panajachel in the Western Highlands of Guatemala. Panajachel is on Lake Atitlan, which is a lake in the mountains and is surrounded by many different …
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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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