Hotel Reserva Natural Atitlan
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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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... didn't!) So we left that spot to continue on to a nearby village, after Mary had done a wee which warmed up the hot spring... 45 minutes in and the guide decided to turn back as our time had run out, so we kayaked back for 1.5 hours. Oh my arms! That evening I wanted to do something different for dinner, so I decided to cook. Us boys had been staying in a cabin with kitchen amenities, making such an endeavour possible, so I invited the whole group round and we had a delightful evening ...
Despite having a very important trivia title to defend I couldn't muster up the energy to go and so we will have to reclaim the title next week !!
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... t think it was too cold!!
Tselo backflipped into the pool and on surfacing shouted "This way, follow me". Everyone swam to the far side of the pool and readied themselves for the next pool entry. We dived and jumped into the next few pools before we came to one that was a bit higher than the previous ones, only three metres but higher than a lot of people's comfort zone. There was a few sharp intakes of breath as people looked ...
... area, and our luggage was unloaded so we could walk across the border to meet out our Guatemalan van for the remainder of the journey.
The Guatemalan town of La Mesilla has been built right to the border and the market in Mexico seems to just extend into the Guatemalan streets. In fact, people can freely move backwards and forwards within the market area without bothering about immigration...apart from today, that is.
The barriers ...
... sharing stories of our paste week apart and the adventures we'd been up to. We were so unbelievably happy to see each other again. The four of us shared a beautiful night in the magical little town of Antigua. Swapping stories of our travels been and gone, and the ones to come. Huib and Hanneke told us all about their dreams to open their own Bed & Breakfast in Amsterdam when they get home, so a promise was forged that one day we would come and stay. ...
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