Hotel Reserva Natural Atitlan
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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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... normal;">The next morning I was up, not very well rested at all as Kev had been up all night with a stomach bug that decided to vacate his body from all orifices. The poor guy was in no way fit to travel in a shuttle for 8.5 hours. After discussing our options I had told him that we would stay an extra night and we could get new tickets to travel the following day. At the end of the day his health was more important and if we had to spend a little more money so be it. ...
... size: 17px; line-height: normal;">Weaving is done by hand, using natural materials e.g. seeds, leaves, bark etc to create the different colours. A day very well spent visiting and seeing how the different Mayan tribes live,
Back at Pana we walked to the market and bought fruit for brekkie. Again policeman and armed guards very evident.
... here in 1981 by a death squad made up of right-wing extremists in connivance of the Guatemalan Army. When we left the square we continued downhill through the busy streets making our way back to the boat but only after a spot of lunch.
The final ride back from Santiago Atitlan to Pana is one that we are unlikely to forget anytime soon. While the windy conditions since that morning seemed to have let up, the lake itself was still very choppy and ...
So we wake to another peaceful sleep and by peaceful, I mean the usual music cranking til the very early hours. It was New Years so no issues there. Despite the amount of alcohol drank, we rise early enough to have breakfast and coffee and surprisingly, neither of us have headaches. Possibly the water we smashed and the brownies before bedtime. It's a slow start and we start to see a lot of people vacating the hostel. The last thing ...
... get her meal and there were some other issues!! I had a ham omelette which was tasty though. The other passengers weren't to happy that we stopped for breakfast as they had bought packed lunches. We got back on the road at 10. Next stop was at the Mexican border, Chauhtemoc, at 11:45. We had already given our passports and the exit fee so the bus driver took them and got them stamped. While we were waiting there was a girl who Rafael mentioned loves ...
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