- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... kayak is upside down and full of water. The kayak smacks me in the head and my sunnies are no where to be seen but I manage to get the camera and get back into the kayak. Panic kicks in. The kayak is full of water and before I can even get the oar in and start paddling, another wave has knocked me out again. This time, as I realise I'm out of the kayak in the middle of Lake Atitlan, that we have a real issue and have no idea how to get back to shore. The kayak starts ...
... br> Along the shores of the lake are over a dozen pueblos, some regular villages and others more akin to hidden enclaves. Each settlement has some unique characteristics and caters to different types of travelers. Majority of the travel within the area around lake is by boat and Calle Santander, the main commercial drag in Panajachel, itself the busiest and most built-up lakeside settlement, has a proliferation of travel agents who advertise boat tours on ...
... remote towns of the highlands and Quetzaltenango (aka Xela, pronounced Shay-la, the second largest city in the country). Yet another cross roads a couple of hours west of Los Encuentros is Cuatro Caminos (4 roads) where one can change for destinations further on. We are also quite intrigued by the fact that no paper tickets were issued in exchange for the payment. The money collector will usually perform acrobatic acts to make his way through the ...
... out by 20 little faces!! The fireworks were a real hit with the kids and there were probably 60 kids and more adults who watched the show. They clapped and laughed when there was a good one! There were a couple of misfires, one hitting a car parked nearby, and another landing at the feet of two ladies walking through the square....oops.... They didn't even flinch though!! The kids are so friendly and sit right next to you, the girl who sat next to me ...
... stunning. Can't quite remember the name. We arrived in Panajachel, the town where we would be staying and we walked about 10 mins down the street to our hotel. Proud of myself today as I actually went out with the group for lunch today instead of staying in so hopefully means the feet are on the mend. Still painful in places but overall much better. Sat in a lake side restaurant and chilled. Went back to the hotel after and napped, something I never do but I just must've ...