La Casa Rosa Hotel
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... They also have fruits there that have been soaked in the wine, which is what the tour guide from the school and another Guatemalan student both really like. They ended up buying some. We then hopped back on a different chicken bus to get back to the school. It is crazy because it only costs 2 quetzales to ride wherever. (That is about $0.34)
On the ride home, I was able to see a lot of interesting things. I saw many native clothes that ...
... front. One night we enjoyed a 3 course meal at Casa Rosa with 2x1 tequila sunrise's and the other night we ate at Perdida Iguana, again enjoying a 3 course meal for only 60Q (just under £6!). One day we ventured out to another location on the lake called San Marcos, just to say we got out...after an hour mooching about we soon realised we had a good thing going in Santa Cruz. Much less touristy with a much more authentic feel. The abundance of spiritual ...
... lake. They have several businesses in addition to renting rooms. They rent kayaks, do tours and. Elaine is a fabulous massage therapist. They also mentor young entrepreneurs and future tour guides through an nonprofit that they helped start. We really enjoyed our stay at their beautiful oasis.
Our dinner spot was next door. Isla Verde is a beautiful restaurant and spa where you have to make a reservation for dinner and there is only one thing on the menu for the meal. ...
... menu and an amazing chef. Victoria had a fresh fish stew with lemongrass and chilli and Russell had chilli basil beef with noodles - we splashed out and had a carafe of wine between us and considered it a well earned treat! On our last morning we also found an amazing place for brunch tucked away on a road we hadn't yet found - devastating as we would have gone all the time! Well we filled up nicely for our onward journey all the ...
... kayak is upside down and full of water. The kayak smacks me in the head and my sunnies are no where to be seen but I manage to get the camera and get back into the kayak. Panic kicks in. The kayak is full of water and before I can even get the oar in and start paddling, another wave has knocked me out again. This time, as I realise I'm out of the kayak in the middle of Lake Atitlan, that we have a real issue and have no idea how to get back to shore. The kayak starts ...