Hotel And Restaurant Bambu
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and dirt. Again any available space is taken up with hockers stalls selling grilled meat, fish, seafood, plastic ****, handmade (questionable) crafts, sunglasses...pretty much what every tourist wants to buy on holiday. I want a reprieve actually and lunch at one of the nicer lakeside restaurants. I go in to a fairly quiet one and order a drink. Michalada por favor! I am enjoying the view when..."Sir, you buy?" Comes from beside me. Bracelets. "No quiro, gracias" More children ...
... a group of people, who appeared to be dressed in military gear all in a group completing a run (possibly, not 100% sure on that.) and a group of people all doing a Zumba class outside in a central park area. It was pretty neat to take it all in.
When I got back to my home, I don't believe anyone was here. I assume that they had all gone to church. Sundays are the day that all of the family comes here to eat after they go to church. ...
We are here in San Pedro on Lake Atitlan, a large and beautiful lake ringed with ridges and volcanoes. San Pedro is an energetic town of local Guatemalans, tourists, students and hippies. We have found an instant warm home with our family of Conchita (young madre), Chusita (9 yr girl) and Blanca (2 year old girl). Being in their home is a wonderful experience already as we share all meals and ...
At breakfast I had the granola with yoghurt and slices of melon and pineapple. If I stay here any longer I'll be wearing a kaftan and beads!
Some of the guys at the breakfast table were discussing going for a swim in the lake. I had to point out that they should check that out before going ahead. The previous evening I had read some travel sites that mentioned the lake and a bacteria problem a few years ago. The Guatemalan government was supposed ...
... before the driver kicks it into gear and we are finally off again. Only to stop in 10 minutes for a toilet break. By this stage, if we had left on time we should have arrived at San Pedro. The trip continues and after Duolingo wouldn't allow us to continue without wifi, we go in and out of sleeping as we pas through town after town. We finally reach some mountainous scenery and I'm craning my neck around trying to catch a glimpse of water. Nothing. The bus ...