La Casa Rosa Hotel
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At breakfast I had the granola with yoghurt and slices of melon and pineapple. If I stay here any longer I'll be wearing a kaftan and beads!
Some of the guys at the breakfast table were discussing going for a swim in the lake. I had to point out that they should check that out before going ahead. The previous evening I had read some travel sites that mentioned the lake and a bacteria problem a few years ago. The Guatemalan government was supposed ...
... party hostel of San Pedro, but as we enter, the crowd does not seem to be the party kind. But if you let them shave a mullet onto your head, you get your second night free of charge haha. We check into our room, despite them once again not having our booking on record (both times now via booking.com), dump our bags and go out to try find some food as it is now 1500 and we have not eaten since breakfast. We walk around the town and find a little restaurant called ...
... robbed, at gunpoint. They even took the shoes from their feet. Luckily they weren't harmed but were tied up and put in a whole for a few hours before they managed to cut themselves free with their machetes before making the decent back to town. I guess the paid tours are a small price to pay for your own safety. 3-4 hours later we arrived at Lake Atitlan, which was absolutely massive! We were greeted by lots of locals again, trying to get us to stay at their hostel. ...
... tries we did. It allowed me to get some work done and Garyn to catch up with family and friends. At night, we went to a bar to watch football and participate in trivia night where Gare and I scored 15 out of 40!
In our time so far in San Pedro we've noticed the people to be friendlier than other places in Guatemala as the locals smile and say "hola" to us. We also find them to be quite patient as we try to communicate with them. Most ...
... chill than San Pedro. It's full of hippies and yummy little restaurants. We found a really great hostel called Del Lago that was right on the lake and only Q45 a night, including a DELICIOUS breakfast (that's $6.75). They also have a yoga platform over the lake. So gorgeous. After breakfast we went kayaking with a strange Guatemalan guy, whose name I can't remember anymore. He was super cute and worked at the hotel next door and offered to take us out kayaking. He told ...