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We decided to rent a car for the weekend and head to Panajachel instead of going with a shuttle. These are ok on short rides, but can get a little uncomfortable on longer ones.
The drive from Antigua to Panajachel was a very windy mountainous one! The roads were very smooth, however, proof of the past rainy season's devastation was very …
... never erupted.
And as for the latest of these three volcanos, Atitlan has grown almost entirely in the last 10,000 years and remains active with its most recent eruption having occurred in 1853. After getting all these facts, I wondered what the odds were for an eruption today!
We were immediately bombarded by local Mayans badgering us to buy their ...
... had promised to pay them back the next day and gone to get his land title deeds to hand over until he did. Now that's girl power.) It allows them to make these totally unsecured loans and still get an outstanding 98% repayment rate. And for the women, there is not just peer pressure but a great sense of solidarity among them. It is also startling how many of them cite the group as a reason for increased confidence, not only in business but in being more politically active in ...
... Her next grand plan was that if she stayed near the running water of the cascade less fish would be there. No wrong again.
As I was entering a new pool, graciously as ever I slipped and fell, almost drowning due to the fact I couldn't stop laughing long enough to keep water out of my mouth. Just another fantastic Hollie Hopeless Moment. There will be more to come I am sure.
Holly and I lazed about for a little while in the pools, then a little boy came ...
... the lake (away from the touristy waterfronts) were absolutely fascinating and felt like a completely different place. As we took a variety of local transports (including tuk-tuks, trucks and chicken busses) to access our day trek and lookout point we got a real feel for traditional Guatemala. This mountainous farmland and the small Guatemalan villages and towns in the highlands reminded Matt of some parts of Nepal.
These areas are also prone to attacks from ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Reserva Natural Atitlan Panajachel
We stayed at the Reserva Natural Hotel for 2 nights with our 2 children, ages 6 and 3. We stayed busy the whole time and we were so happy to have chosen to stay here instead of at a hotel in town. We only went to town twice to eat. Other than that, we spent our time at the reserva hiking, playing, and adventuring!!! Thank you for a wonderful adventure!
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