Hospedaje El Viajero
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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... my arrival this place has continued to be a blessing in my life. When I ask for what I want I get it, and I get it especially fast here in San Marcos.
Day after day things unfolded in ways that simply left me in awe. In awe at this beautiful life that I have manifested for myself. In awe at the beauty that surrounds me in every aspect of every living thing. With this deep knowing that all of this is beautiful and ...
... 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 ...
... wow! Really nice room high up on two floors and semi-outside bathroom and views over the lake. Typical as it was the afternoon it was cloudy so couldn't see volcanoes. Then he gave us some vodka and cranberry and we went to try find cocoa festival - totally not what I thought it was going to be! Was in a guys house and we were super late and he was chanting stuff and everyone sat round with their shoes ...
... did take precautions and hired two guides and two policemen! We arenīt still sure if it was seriously so dangerous to walk unaccompanied, or if it was just rumors that made the hike look unsafe, so that foreigners tended to hire local guides. Who knows...
From the second hut it was only a 20-minute walk to the summit. At about 8.30 we emerged from behind the trees for the very first time that day and spotted a set of rocks representing one of two highest peaks of San ...
... lush jungle filled mountains, add three giant volcanoes and you'll just begin to get the picture. But it was more than just that, the lake spoke a language that didn't need translating, you just had to sit and gaze upon the beauty of nature, God's fingerprint.
So if you ever get the chance, I would highly recommend visiting Lake Atitlan, but be sure to bring bug ...