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... stands for one month of the Maya calendar year. We wandered around the markets but didn't end up buying anything. Dylan was looking for some fireworks but didn't have any success. I found the markets a bit overwhelming as there is so much stuff!! We met Rafael and the rest of the group back at Los Cofrades restaurant and left at 12:45. I listened to some music on the drive back to the hotel and took in the scenery. Poor Nele had to make an emergency toilet stop in the bush ...
... injury caused by negligence. When we reached the viewpoint it was obviously packed with people who were on the tour. Therefore we had to wait for 10 minutes before the "Sendero Mirador" cleared out. When we had it only for ourselves we could finally appreciate the wonderful view of a set of limestone pools, lying some 300 meters under our feet, as well as the dense rainforest, the upper parts of which were covered with rising vapor. It was a spectacular experience!
We met the rest of the group back near the boat dock where they had stopped for a cold beverage and were surrounded by the young vendors who followed us back to the boat still insisting we buy. The village is interesting but I wouldn’t go back because of in your face, non-stop harassment by some of ...
... of most of the flowers.
Regis Hotel and Spa in Panajachel with a massage table in the garden, a natural hot springs pool and stone sauna also in the garden, a really lovely little retreat.
The restaurant was only a few blocks toward the lake and down a side street. ...
... lush jungle filled mountains, add three giant volcanoes and you'll just begin to get the picture. But it was more than just that, the lake spoke a language that didn't need translating, you just had to sit and gaze upon the beauty of nature, God's fingerprint.
So if you ever get the chance, I would highly recommend visiting Lake Atitlan, but be sure to bring bug ...