Casa Lola

Address: San Pedro La Laguna, Lake Atitlan, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from San Pedro La Laguna

I am another week deep

A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jun 13, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... we flagged down the police motor bike to ask how long the rest of the climb was, they explained it wasn't too far but then spoke really fast and asked us to wait a minute whilst they made a call...we weren't sure if we had done something wrong or they were still helping us. Afew moments later a big Police hilux truck drove up and explained we could jump in the back and ride up with them. We were now in the back of a police ute ...

Heading round the corner

A travel blog entry by rainman2468 on Apr 18, 2014

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... festival or parade which never really eventuated. We did see a small group of about ten people banging drums and carrying a giant cross down the street but nothing close to what I had imagined.

We spent our days walking around town and enjoying the weather and the views. Megs almost signed us up to go for a hike in the early hours of ...


A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 26, 2014

2 photos

... system and my own ignorance on political matters is to be blamed. This was why I was eager to attend the lecture conducted by the EntreMundos journalist on the Guatemala civil war. Her perspective, as a Guatemalan whose own grandfather was killed by the government during the war, provided great insight into the political background and underpinnings of Guatemala.
I can't believe that a tragedy, comparable to the Holocaust or the US slave trade, had occurred ...

Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by nellems on Jan 07, 2014

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... meters high. The challenge is to jump off it. With a local kid showing us how easy it was, I was 3rd up. With one hand holding my nose and another hand protecting the other vulnerable place on my body I forced myself to jump out. Over I went, and down, down, down. I had a much better landing from the bridge, and was very happy with myself for jumping.

Adventure #4 - The Turquoise Pools
While the rest of our group walked up to a ...

To the bat-cave!

A travel blog entry by ryanandmeg on Aug 22, 2013

55 photos

... after he was afraid I might actually break his leg, whoops!

After the caves we headed for lunch and then went to the Semuc Champay national park. On the river there was a massive swing which we had the option of jumping into the water from. Colleen and Ryan both did it but I decided to stay on the ground and after Ryan’s face-flop I didn’t regret it! We then took some tubes on the water and spent about 10minutes going ...