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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.
... had mentioned that the water changes from calm to choppy at midday. It was almost to the minute today and we had a less pleasant paddle to the jetty and no photos of the hotel from the water either.
It is very easy to be lazy here and we were, for most of the afternoon we sunbathed and read books. We eventually summoned enough enthusiasm to take a walk to the ...
... the last day we didn't do much learning, instead we just chatted about anything and everything in spanish where we could and using english if we had too. Our teachers enjoyed learning english words off us and for the last hour of that last lesson we made jokes and teased each other in spanish which was fun and pretty satisfying considering how little spanish i knew before starting. I've got more to write about this part of the trip...I'll do it ...
... 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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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed