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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... see so many luxury yachts in Guatemala of all places. But the river is very beautiful, provides safe harbour for boats, and leads to the Caribbean Sea. We took a boat ride to the Garifuna town of Livingston, where the Rio Dulce meets the sea. We passed through a steep-walled canyon with walls covered in greenery. At one point there was a bend in the river and in every direction I looked, including down at the water, all I could see was the colour green. ...
... tastes! We had bacon, potato, chilli and tomato pizzas and they were delicious! We played a load of cards at the bar, and a dice game where you're betting on tequila shots - dangerous, and then had drinks with everyone from the hostel and played pool and giant jenga. It's a really fun hostel because it's in the middle of nowhere so everyone hangs out in the bar and plays games all evening, very nice and ...
... in an attempt to avoid road blockages by protesters who were not happy with the government. They block the road with whatever they can - cars, burning tires, themselves, etc. This gives them news coverage, which gives them a voice. We made it past their blockades in time to pick up a family from the airport in Guatemala City. Next stop: Vulcan Pacaya, an active volcano with a trail worthy of a ...
... hills – there were rows of farmland (like veggie patches) mixed in with trees mixed in with areas of dirt. Hinesh called them "rolling green hills". Really nice countryside.
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... by standing in the back on an open truck, or at least doing your best to stay standing as you bump your way along a rocky, mountain track. You engage every muscle in your body to hold yourself steady, and risk falling over if you remove one hand from the rail in order to take a photo. Dust and grit are blown into your face from the trail of the truck in front of you. At least you know you can wash it off in the waters again.
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