Muller's Guest House

Address: Calle Rancho Grande 1-82, Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Calle Rancho Grande 1-82, Panajachel.
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Travel Blogs from Panajachel

Yoga, rain and smoking gods in the Mayan highlands

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Jun 13, 2015

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... dressed as a female version of the god. Candles flickered across the floor, homemade bunting hung from the ceiling in abundance, five wooden crucified Jesus were propped up in the corner in ascending height order and behind us another Jesus lay in a glass coffin adorned with twinkling fairy lights and plastic flowers. All the while Maximón sat expressionless, smoking cigarettes that his assistant would ash every minute or so, with rolls of money from the entrance ...

Lake Atitlan

A travel blog entry by bevlangbein on Apr 25, 2015

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... Umberto said that when two sides fight who is left holding the broken plate? The downtrodden of course. Next we were taken to the local house whose family was lucky enough to have the Mayan God, Maximon (pronounced Mash i mon) at their house for a year. This god smokes and drinks and you have to keep giving him these offerings or he will bring bad things to you. It is expensive to have him and they had given a whole house to him and were living else ...

Spanish School and volunteering, week 2

A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Apr 14, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... the U.S. family beach places.

Brunch was a delicious fruit salad at a, Lonely Planet recommended, deli. It was just right! Then on to the school. I happened to time my arrival with a group from Vancouver, Canada who had come to meet with 16 students that they sponsor as a group, through the school. I was really impressed with the work that they are doing with these empoverished children. I heard that, even with the school support, many of their ...

Sardines

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Apr 11, 2015

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... but it was dark already so we could only see the lights of San Pedro down below us. We got dropped in the centre of town, thirteen hours after leaving Semuc Champey, tired and uncomfortable from having been squeezed into the human equivalent of a sardine tin. We were hungry though and as this was Peter's hometown he took us to an Italian restaurant not far from where we stopped. The meals were large and so we were fairly full by the end of it, but Peter, who runs a ...

A Day of Learning and Discovery

A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Mar 03, 2015

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... we could visit, and they said yes. This group of men and women were washing carrots in a stream, then stripping off the tops and packaging in large bags. This area is known as the Eden of Guatemala and produces huge amounts of vegetables for markets all over the country.

Our last stop was at a cemetery with beautifully painted family crypts and an amazing view of of the volcanoes ringing Lake Atitllan. A man happened to be visiting his ...