Hotel Regis Panajachel
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Lovely hotel on the Main Street, but feels removed from all the hustle and bustle. Love the natural hot spring pools! The staff is wonderful and most speak some English.
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Busy travel day today as we wind our way from Antigua Guatemala to Panajachel on the shore of Lake Atitlan. Pana, as its referred to by the locals, is at 5000+ feet and is surrounded by three 10,000+ foot volcanos. The population is about 15,000 and tourism is the biggest business.
Our first stop is just outside Antigua is the colonial …
Today is market day in Chichicastenango, a town about 1.5 hours from Panajachel by private shuttle on a narrow, winding road. Generally, the market is on Thursday and Sunday, but during Holy Week, it is only today. The place is crammed with vendors, tourists, guides, and pickpockets! Everyone was pushing and shoving their way to ???? One of our …
This morning we walked down to the shore of beautiful Lake Atitlán; it was overcast so our photos will not do it justice but this magnificent lake is encircled by three towering volcanoes (San Pedro, Toliman, and Atitlán) and when waters are calm they reflect in its azure waters. With a depth of more than 1,000 feet, it is the deepest …
Before leaving the city we stopped in an area of government buildings, the treasury and the senate to see a magnificent Mayan sculpture. Cameras out and ready to shoot, just like the tourists we are, we were told to wait, no photos. What? No photos? I don't understand . . . apparently we had to get permission from the armed guard to …
... is wearing a belt over her skirt, she is single. If there is no belt, she is married. Maybe Steffi should just stop wearing belts once we're married, it's definitely cheaper than jewelry :-)
As some of you know, Ray like fried chicken a lot and, apparently, the best can only be found at KFC in Oman...Good then that Guatemalans also like ...