Hotel Posada de Don Rodrigo Panajachel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... you live close to the square, if the cockerels did not wake you, they will!) We counted 28 Guatemala sardines squashed on one pickup. Wonder if the designers in Japan had this in mind when they drew the plans for these trucks?
Our accomodation was basic, cement floors! no running water. All water in barrels and buckets, so it is a bucket flush toilet and a wash in a bucket ...
... kayak goes over a wave. We get out to the middle and it is quite choppy and Leesh is uncomfortable, so we spin around and head to an easy part of the lake and just chill there while she decides what she wants to do instead. So we drop her off at the wharf and she heads back to the hostel to 'defrost' and chill out with her new sketchbook. I jump into a solo kayak and Purto and I head back out. We take a slightly different route out and hug the shoreline a bit more ...
... visitors so long as they brought along his favorite offerings - cigarettes and/or alcohol. We understood that the guardians would be amenable to take cash in lieu, so did not make the requisite purchase as we stepped of the dock. Since the current home of Maximón would require some enquiring about and a walk uphill into town, we decided to engage an auto-rickshaw to take care of both. The rickshaw driver desperately tried to up-sell this trip into a ...
... as it takes it own time picking up others from their hotels. It showed up an hour late and yes, we did have to switch vehicles near the turnoff to the Lake at Los Encuentros. So it was past 10 by the time we reached Pana and deposited our bags at our hotel and grabbed a quick breakfast by the lake. This limited our radius of exploration but we found the perfect place to spend the middle of the day in Solola, whose market day fell on Friday. Solola is a ...
... in the park playing with a balloon with 2 little kids. Having an awesome time until the balloon popped! The park had metal dinosaurs scattered through the gardens which were quite impressive. Once the fireworks were purchased we caught tuc tucs back to the Main Street. The restaurant Rafael had in mind for dinner was closed so we went to Jose Pinguinos instead. Here the restaurant owner gave us a brief history of the Maya and some details about the traditional dress. His ...