Hospedaje El Viajero

Panajachel, Solola, Escuintla, Guatemala | Hotel

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Markets, mountain hikes and one huge lake

A travel blog entry by m_and_m_time on Oct 07, 2013

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Lake Atitlan!

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 …

Maltiox Lago de Atitlan

A travel blog entry by heinzdora


... squeeze in a session of Insanity (albeit modified
given we are in the upstairs bedroom and didn’t want to make too much noise for
the peeps below) before enjoying couple of happy hour beverages and a nom nom
dinner. We are sooooo full right now but have managed to pack our back packs
again and ready to head back to Antigua to pick up some necessary supplies
before moving on to Lanquin.

Maltiox Lago di Atitlan, its been nice
chilling with you.


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

A travel blog entry by jonoscott


... s initiative here is to help more families get involved in the Posadas Mayas program and current families to have more space by remodeling and constructing new rooms. The project also includes investing in solutions that reduce environmental impacts associated with tourism (i.e. waste and water management) and developing other small businesses to be linked to the Posadas Mayas. After that we went and had dinner, this gave us a better chance to find out what the his ...

Nuestra Luna De Miel en Panajachel

A travel blog entry by justin2bakkpacs


... on the streets during the day and enjoying the vibrant night life as well. Walking down the streets, as long as you know where you are going and use common sense should be no problem at all.

We fell in love with the village, made new friends, enjoyed speaking with tourist from different countries, and attended a lively church service. We also made some connections we look forward to keeping. ...

Addios san pedro

A travel blog entry by weebles


... why I had no hair or why we have no children and also learned allot about the Mayan culture and family traditions including making some of the million tortillas we consumed at every available opportunity and surprisingly I was pretty good at it. We had planed to go on a hike on our last weekend up a volcano but unfortunately Fran was to ill and even tempting her with choco bananas the worlds best treat was not ...

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