Hospedaje El Viajero
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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 …
... all day, study in the evenings, meal and sleep. By the time the weekend came we were exhausted and spent time recovering and studying. I woukd go to the market in the town square and buy oranges for our morning breaks at school so we didnt eat too many cookies from the cafe. Sundays we had to ourselves and we had tp feed ourselves so usually we had a cafe breakfast and then study and an evening meal at a restaurant. We never had a bad meal at all in San Pedro. When the moto ...
... alone carry my pack. Wayne offers to scout out places but I just want to get there quick so we set off up the hill turn left and a hotel I had written down is not far away. Thankfully it has vacancies and we find a delighful room on the 3rd floor with lake views from 2 sides as we have the corner room. It is ours for 2 nights at least.Bliss,a bed, a lie down and rest.by now it is about 1pm. Meanwhile Wayne explores the little village and seeks information about the ...
... tortilla usually with chicharron (pork cracklings), cheese and beans served with cabbage and tomato salsa. It took agessss to arrive but was pretty yummy! Had a lovely mango pie with a cup of tea at Cafe Kitsch - it also served gluten free pastries which made Jane the happiest woman ever! Tomorrow is a lazy day thank god! V and mini V ...
... off things along the way. Accomm: - Kaivalya yoga centre. Found this place through TripAdvisor. Was cheap enough for a night. It was simple and ok, but the yoga people/owners were a little weird. Basic room, shared bathrooms (one on each floor). Nice gardney location with a view of the lake (if the trees were trimmed/maintained the view would be even better). Shared kitchen - but no alcohol, meat, fish allowed. Strictly vegan place! Included a couple of ...