Hotel Los Nazarenos
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... torrential rain. I, however noticed the river forming in the living room, from my back door making its way to the front door. They noticed the drip in the ceiling in the kitchen area splattering on the dishes they just washed and dried and we're about to put away. ( they also cleaned the fridge, top to bottom and washed the cupboards) We all started wiping and cleaning the floor. Thank goodness it isn't my house to repair. Everything was fine after 30 minutes when the ...
... around 6th century BC, and hit a peak of its population at about 100,000 people. El Mirador covers 10 sq. miles with several thousand structures. I would highly recommend visiting El Mirador. Although it takes quite a long time to get there it is well worth it in the ...
... At the boat dock there was a boat waiting, but we knew they wouldn't leave until they had 15 people on board. Amazingly the boat already had 13 people on it when we got there, so we climbed aboard and into the last two seats and the boat immediately left. The journey across the lake was pleasant, the water flat and calm, the skies relatively clear of clouds offering us a good view of the lake and its surrounds as we crossed it. We arrived in ...
... as it turns out, owners of several different coffee oriented businesses. They fire questions to the guide that have the rest of titling our heads in confusion. What does geisha have to do with coffee? And how does grafting stabilize and make certain varietals resistant to a specific species of coffee bean consuming bugs?
... to the other side of Lake Atitalan with magnificent views of both the water and volcanoes. Our trip from Panajachel to Antigua of 82 kms took 3 1/2 hours negotiating the mountainous terrain. The volcanoes around the ancient city of Antigua reach 3500 metres in height. The city was abandoned as the capital of Guatemala due to the volcanic activity. Unfortunately we fly out tomorrow ...