Hotel Posada de Don Rodrigo Panajachel
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... is steep with small towns perched on its hillsides - some only accessible by boat - and a few active volcanoes that make the landscape more dramatic. Google it for more details.
The morning after our arrival, the four of us boarded a small boat headed for a restaurant called Casa del Mundo. It was a tasty meal with a killer view of the lake. From there Glenn and Judy had a hike ...
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Grammy's Award: Most likely to crop dust everyone in the clothes she's been wearing for 3 days while asking for the pocket dictionary.
Christy's Award: Most likely to give 30 quesos while showing the beaver.
The next morning, we had breakfast and I took a taxis to the airport around 9:30 a.m. to catch my flight. I said my goodbyes to all the girls, who I have come to love and will miss.
... terrific tacos with great picodegayo and guacamole. Sleep is so welcome tonight. It has been a long 2 daysSaturday 12th April. Up and refreshed we get a great breakfast On the sreet in a cafe and set off to arrange a arrange Spanish school. First we try to withdraw m8ney fr8m the ATM but it wontbtake one of our cards again, hmmm not sure what the problem is there but lucky we have 2 cards because when we went to withdraw money over the counter in the bank they want to ...
... fruit on their head or draped with jewellery or woven blankets for sale. Old ladies sit at the corner of pathways with a basket of overripe fruit at their feet, hoping to sell it before the sun goes down. Children approach you trying to sell raffle tickets for their school or sticks of naturally flavoured and unsweetened chocolate cacao...both of which you purchase.
The hostel offers simple but charming accommodation in colourful wooden and mud huts around a little ...
We climbed aboard our mini van in the afternoon heat heading to Lake Atitlan in search of the small lake side village of Panajachel. As we sat waiting for the bus to fill, I began chatting to several of the other passengers. Being mostly locals and expats, we had been blessed with an awesome bunch of really lovely people, who were so eager to share their knowledge and advice about Lake Atitlan with us. I'll never forget when one lady asked us "is this your first time ...
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