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Lake Atitlan is a huge Guatemalan lake which has several towns built on its steadily rising banks of which are reached by using 'water-taxis'.
It's a beautiful place- surrounded by green mountains, however the towns themselves are rather run down and the waterfronts are dilapidated. It looks as if it was once a …
Larryweil stayed here on Sep 23, 2011 during their trip titled: Roughing It In Business Class.
... of not knowing when I was be back to Xela again. Will squeezed my hand and told me he could see my bus coming down the road "ya viene tu camioneta". Like many times before, Will wiped the tears that strayed down past my sunglasses, kissed my cheek, and loaded me onto the bus and off to my next adventure. The bus sighed and rattled away and I stared at the rain clouds that were moving down mountains ahead of us to keep myself from looking back. It was time to move on.
... to Houston and then Guatemala City. Then it was just a two hour wait and a four hour bus journey to Xela.
We were met by our host family for the next six weeks - Monica and Carlos. They have a really cool courtyard and all the bedrooms are painted in primary colours. As in, every wall is painted in a different colour. You have to wonder how we in the land of Britain ended up choosing paint based on a more limited spectrum of colours, from white to beige. I also have ...
... getting shot. But chicken buses are covered in beautifully colourful custom paint jobs and the drivers blare loud music, so it's all good!
Luckily for us, Solola was only a short ride away, so it wasn't extremely uncomfortable to be packed inside like sardines, sitting three across a seat that is only meant to hold two kids, and with the aisles packed with passengers. Unless the ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed