Hotel Jinava

San Marcos La Laguna, Lake Atitlan, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from San Marcos La Laguna

    Day 2

    A travel blog entry by sammylmueller on Sep 17, 2014

    I was woken today around 4am by an earthquake. It wasn't very long but it knocked a few things off the walls. The dogs in the streets went crazy, barking and running ramped...needless to say it was hard to get much sleep after that. I went to my classes like normal, and then I spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing. I probably spent a total of 4 hours sitting in the hammock reading or writing today. It's crazy how much time I have to spare. Everyone around here is like this though, ...

    Living on the lake

    A travel blog entry by zendrik on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... me rest. Okay the house is really nice, and seems tranquil, kinda hidden in the forest, but you have to run the gauntlet of packs of Mayan dogs who really need to get you know you first before letting you by unmolested. I took to carrying a big stick which seemed to keep them at a distance. My friend Valerie was bitten by one of them a while ago, on both calves. The wounds got quite badly infected till we started treating it with MMS. Vicious dogs, and barking dogs. Mexico ...

    San Marcos Vortex

    A travel blog entry by zendrik on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... the Mayans seem impervious to the corrupting influence of Money. They provide services in gardens, kitchens and in building and tailoring trade, but are quick to blacklist you if you get annoyed or angry and disrespectful with them. There certainly is a disparity and an unfortunate sense of rich and poor living in different worlds, much like many other 'third world' paradise islands, but the exploitation goes both ways. Land has been sold by ...

    Cacao ceremony, San Marcos

    A travel blog entry by zendrik on Jun 08, 2014

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    ... phone and find a print shop for my posters and flyers, it reminds me of Bagsu, and Daremkot near Dharamsala, partly due the the predominance of partying Israeli travelers.

    In gloomy last light I can make out lakeside houses as we go from dock to dock on our way to the one closest to the house that Christina has rented and been living in for a month. She has an argument with what later turns out to be the last tuk tuk driver at our dock about the ...

    The highest point of central America

    A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Apr 06, 2014

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    ... 1hr of scrambling up rocks and loose scree we reached the summit a top the old crater. The sunrise was spectacular with red & orange lighting up all the volcanoes and mountains above the clouds. We could see all the way back to La Torre where we were last week as well as another volcano called Tacana (4000m) that marked the border with Mexico. After an hour we were absolutely frozen so ...