Hospedaje El Viajero
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... locals call it Pana. We headed out on a tiny speedboat which took about an hour going via 5 other villages and saw tourists and locals jump off and on. It was a great way to see the lake. We were heading to Pana to paraglide and hoped that when we arrived the wind would be our friend and going in the right direction so we could fly. We were in luck! Just time for a quick spot of lunch and a coffee before we headed up. We had heard about this local institution for coffee so ...
... another narrow exit path overflowing with hawkers. This time we found the bus terminus which looked like the Conference of the High Order of Chicken Buses. The large open space was completely occupied by these magnificent colored beasts all with their engines roaring into the clear afternoon air. There was no way anyone of them could have passed the other, they just simply inched forward behind the one in front like a long train of engines. We ...
... despite the horrendous chapters (first the Spanish in the 1500s and more recently the warfare between the government and anti-government insurgents which caused untold hardships to the native people) of history that saw them become helpless victims.
Maya dialects are spoken widely here and over a dozen groups are scattered over the region, each with its own language and clothing. Our earlier exploration (2006) into the highlands of Chiapas ...
... a photograph of her head dress which is a coiled strip and very individual to this particular group of Mayans. The men all wear very embroidered long short trousers which I don't think will catch on as a Western fashion. We went to see Maximon's house which was surreal with the priest waiting for people to pay money and ask for 'favours' whilst the whole set up was funded by the sale of cheap alcohol to the locals who at 10am were already drunk! Strange practises! ...
... a local :) Both of us were charged Q25 per person! We found it very expensive considering it was just a 30-minute ride. Regarding the prices they divide people into three groups (or at least they say so):
- Locals travelling regularly: Q15 per ride
- Guatemalan tourists: Q20 per ride
- Foreigners: Q25 per ride