Hospedaje Casa Elena

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

San Pedro La Laguna, Guatemala

A travel blog entry by ivoyvonne on Jul 03, 2014

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... days just chilling and having a few drinks or enjoying the local cuisine and hanging out in some hammocks. Some days were all about football and especially the 7:1 or "sieben eins" as we taught our aussie friends, against Brazil won't be forgotten. The bar where we watched the match was so silly to offer everyone a FREE bottle of Tequila for the 6th goal of the match so guess what - we were blind drunk and I ended up putting out a bet that I would dance ...

Titanic take 2

A travel blog entry by tillykitch on Jun 20, 2014

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... like a unique local style. It's a good job I had Molly and her purse because I spent all my money and most of hers too, oops! We're only here once! We then got back on the boat to go to another village for lunch, it was lovely there, much bigger so we went for a wander and then had an amazing lunch, I had soup, Molly had bagel and eggs and then we shared banana Nutella crepes with ice cream! It was still sunny and we got back on the boat with the intention of going to a cliff where ...

Maltiox Lago de Atitlan

A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Apr 29, 2014

17 photos

... fruit and veggie stands, pan (bread) sellers, bean
sellers and of course lots of stray dogs hovering around. Hinesh captured the
scene very well with his Nikon (his photos are getting better by the day). We
also managed to find him some replacement thongs paying only 30Q (less than $5)
for them. We chilled out at the park near San Pedro church, this was really
pretty and a lot of the locals come here to eat helados (ice cream) and sit in the
shade. ...

Hola, nosotros aprendamos español

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Apr 24, 2014

... and in fact it is all in darkness til the end of the mass when the signal to light up the church is given signifying the rise of Christ. At that time canons are set off loudly and fireworks, most interesting.Actually canons go off all the time in the little towns dotting the lake. People set them off for birthdays , saints days . In our 5 weeks there not a day went by when a canon or 10 didn't get set off making us jump every time.Easter Saturday celebrations in San Pedro are ...

Day 13 (Trip 2, Day 4) - Lake Atitlán & H

A travel blog entry by jonoscott on Mar 17, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... but we will see. Off to the home stay in the Mayan town of San Jaun, where we were spilt up and stay with some local families. The host father speaks about as much English as I speak Spanish so that makes things a little hard with communication. I haven't had to speak much Spanish since I've been in Guatemala, I guess I should have done a quick cram session before I did the home stay. We then did a bit of a tour of the town, learnt a bit about how The Planeterra ...

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