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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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After class, I made my walk back home. For lunch we had chicken, rice and onions. I made myself a couple of chicken and onion tacos using some of the tortillas that they had on the table. It was a pretty good lunch.
This afternoon, I am probably going to go back to the school for a short lecture on the volunteer project through the school. Some of the other students wanted me to go out ...
What we didn't account for though is how long it'd take. We eventually rolled into City (on a beat up coach, from here on in for lack of a better description referred to as Chicken Coaches) around 4pm. Unfortunately as is often the case in the bigger cities this terminal didn't do onward buses to our destination, and we'd have to cross town on two separate buses and a few blocks walk to another terminal. Plus according to LP ...
... and a picture is worth a thousand words. We were staying in San Pedro La Laguna a cobbled, tuktuk filled village snuggled between the lake and Volcán San Pedro. We spent that day exploring. There were lots of tourists, restaurants and bars but what hit us were how many locals clad in indigenous outfits there were also so it didn't lose it's authenticity. The following morning we were up early to head to another village at the polar opposite end of the lake, Panajachel or ...
... to get on any one that was headed east but decided to be optimistic and uttered the word Pana. Another friendly local heard this and quickly pointed to a bus just a little ahead and to our delight we found ourselves sitting comfortably on a direct bus back to Pana! It had taken 4 different buses to get here (even if we had not gone to San Francisco El Alto we would have had to change at Cuatro Caminos) and we could now just sit in place for ...
... terms that means it's still active! En route to the lake we stopped for coffee where in the coffee shop was one of the well known Evangelical preachers of the country,Fernando Solares. Evangelical religion is big here in Guatemala and there is much money within the church yet the population can ill afford to be indoctrinated into giving their hard earned quetzales in the hopes of eternal life. We travelled along a reasonably made up road which we learned was an ...