Hotel Galindo

Calle Principal, Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Panajachel

Meet Mike!

A travel blog entry by joshandmargaret


... and even tossed out words like 'endothermic' and 'exothermic', terms every student of Thermodynamics will learn on the first day of class. It was great fun to watch him work. He sprinted between the roasting room and the cafe as he filled orders for customers. Actually, after watching him make the drinks we ordered, it may be more accurate to call him an artist. It occurred to me that this was probably the freshest coffee ...

Guatemala 2014

A travel blog entry by stevensfamily


... likely to call people boneheads who need to do more work while sipping on a beverage.

Olivia F's Award: Most likely to ask where's the bathroom when there is a heavy load to be carried.

Sophia's Award: Most likely to stay up late making googly eyes at Sergio.

Olivia S's Award: Most likely to be the spokes person for Pepto Bismol.

Hannah's Award: Most likely to pick her nose in front of everyone while saying, ...

Language Lake

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak


... in Hebrew and hotels ith Isreali signs, not sure whatvthe story is about that. Apart from that there are heaps of deadlocked people too and loads of hippy clothes wearing people. Hadn't expected this but on further reading this and more so the next town San Marcos are magnets for alternative therapies and yoga retreats and seems to be some type of vortex which attracts peope to the area. All good as there's heaps of great places to eat. We eat at a local run texmex cafe ...

Unexpected Delay

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria


... hours. Being dark we saw nothing en-route and just tried to get a bit of sleep.

We hadn't booked any accommodation in Panajachel because we assumed that with a scheduled 4:30pm arrival we could just get something when we arrived. Others travelling with us had bookings in other villages which needed a boat trip so they too were without accommodation. As luck would have it, a local Guatemalan family were travelling with us and by talking to them ...

Lago de Atitlan

A travel blog entry by vclench


... points along the shore...the perfect combination.

The shores of the lake have been rising over the last few years. Where there were once lakeside paths, trees and jetties, the paths and trees are now submerged and jetties rebuilt a level higher. The properties which originally had the best shoreside locations now find their ground floors flooded. The water levels will continue to rise as the lake which is fed by the surrounding mountains has no escape point.



This hotel, located on Calle Principal, Panajachel, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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