La Casa Rosa Hotel
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... with powerful binoculars, as it's a good 10-20 foot drop from the window side of the cabin) They have a private dock, as the hotel can only be reached by boat or foot path. Santa Cruz, the nearest village, has no cars, they do have tuk tuks, if one wants to venture up the hill from the dock. The hotel reuses and up cycles everything. The restaurant is slow food, one has to reserve dinner before 4 pm, so the cooks have time to prepare it. Service is between 6:30-8. ...
... I'll show you."
Grammy's Award: Most likely to crop dust everyone in the clothes she's been wearing for 3 days while asking for the pocket dictionary.
Christy's Award: Most likely to give 30 quesos while showing the beaver.
The next morning, we had breakfast and I took a taxis to the airport around 9:30 a.m. to catch my flight. I said my goodbyes to all the girls, who I have come to love and will miss.
... conditions. Given its rainy
season now we can only cross our fingers for one night of clear conditions so I
can get the camera out (then run back to hide it before the thieves see me J).
Day 2: after an omelette brekkie we take to
the waters for a morning kayak around the lake. After Hinesh and one of the
hostel workers drag the heavy kayak into the lake we set out for a paddle.
Hinesh wanted to head out to the two volcanoes that loom ...
The next day we got out of bed and it was freezing so we ran in for another quick dip in the hot springs before heading off towards Xecam to our solo trek to Lake Atitlan over the next few days. Day 1 was a solid 2hr trudge up almost 1000m to the top of the pass at over 3100m. The views back towards Vulcan Santa Maria & Xela were awesome and there were loads of friendly people to chat to on the way up the tiny path. Once we reached the top of the pass we moved into cloud forest and ...
... Guatemalans are angered by the presence of Canadian mine companies, which have been destructing their land. Mining continues to be a huge problem in Guatemala.
Our boat took us to an obscure village surrounded by forest. I'm not 100% sure what the village was called or where it even was; it was obscurely located in the middle of a mountain, which we hiked up with much difficulty. There wasn't a paved pathway to walk up upon. Finally, we arrived at a ...