Hotel Posada de Don Rodrigo Panajachel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... would say is 'You pay 200Q for a private boat' and would not leave until they had money. He keeps trying to explain the situation and that he doesn't have his wallet and they wouldn't budge. But eventually one of the guys with a bit of English skill said he would go out if we paid as soon as we got back. He then told me about the boat trip out where the driver had the boat at full throttle and Purto was getting thrown around the back of the boat and thought there may ...
... 10:40. Rafael gave us a quick orientation of the markets and took us for a look through Saint Tomás Church. This 400-year old church of Santo Tomás is built atop a Pre-Columbian temple platform, and the steps originally leading to a temple of the pre-Hispanic Maya civilization remain venerated. K'iche' Maya priests still use the church for their rituals, burning incense and candles. In special cases, they burn a chicken for the gods. Each of the 18 stairs that lead up to ...
Bernie text about kayaking again so got up earlier than would have done but what a surprise he bailed again! Think he only wanted to meet for my lonely planet! Wandered round town with him til lunch whilst he looked for clothes and changing his money, sat with him for his breakfast then he said he didn't want to go kayaking or to San ...
... good recommendation as we didnīt like any of the places we had visited. Unluckily we didnīt manage to get to know Santiago Atitlan…
- San Pedro, as the Atitlanīs party capital, tends to be too noisy and way over too touristy.
- San Marcos, as the Atitlanīs hippie center, may seem to be too tranquil and after a while even a little bit boring.
- Panajachel, as the Atitlanīs main hub, reflects hustle and bustle of any other bigger town, resulting in the lack of “laid back” ...
Continuing down toward the water through the main plaza and market with time to browse through the shops along the way, gorgeous textiles and huipils, traditional woven or embroidered blouses. A feast of colors and I did find a pillow cover that is coming home with me.