Hotel San Buenaventura de Atitlan

Address: Finca San Buenaventura, Panajachel, Lake Atitlan, Western Highlands, 07010, Guatemala | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Finca San Buenaventura, Panajachel.
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    Travel Blogs from Panajachel

    Lake Atitlan

    A travel blog entry by bevlangbein on Apr 25, 2015

    15 photos

    ... who spend all the money. 80% of the purchase price goes to the woman who makes the item (their name is on it) and 20% to the cooperative for running costs. The items are exquisite and intricate. it was hard not to buy more than I did! Next place was a short boat trip away - San Pedro - the word denago means 'place of'. San Pedro is also know as Hippidenango because of all the gringo hippis who live there. Unfortunately it is a dirty smelly town with ...

    Spanish School and volunteering, week 2

    A travel blog entry by sandy1948 on Apr 14, 2015

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... Sunday is a free day (no meals at the homestay.) I asked about getting hot water for my instant coffee and I was surprised when Magda's knocked on my door with a cup of agua caliente! I just hung out answering email and catching up on a few things until about 10:30. I decided to head out for a walk and end up at the school to do more work on my blog. It takes forever to upload e photos one by one.

    I walked down one of the small streets near my house, ...

    Semuc Champey

    A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 23, 2015

    ... the village to scout out some food. There is no real electricity so the roads are dark, and lots of places are only lit by a solitary candle. A couple of locals latched on trying to "guide" us here and there which I found aggresive and irritating (nothing is free in LA) but the others were okay with. It made me appreciate the sanctaty of the lodge a little more as an escape from The Road and the negative things that includes. We ended up getting some beers, ...

    A Day of Learning and Discovery

    A travel blog entry by abcaplan on Mar 03, 2015

    6 photos

    ... years old and still working every day. He and his son were making roof tiles and baking stones. I was the lucky volunteer who got to work with his son squishing the clay into a mold for a baking stone, getting all the bubbles out, smoothing with my hands and then with a machete. I loved the feel of the wet clay and my stone looked pretty good!

    After lunch we walked through an enormous Maya market in another small town. Most of the women were ...

    Dislocated Shoulders in Semuc Champey

    A travel blog entry by katy137 on Jan 10, 2015

    2 photos

    ... doctor refused to drive to him so he had to be strapped down in the back of a truck and driven the 7km down the bumpiest dirt road back to the village, ouch!

    The next day would be our last day in the beautiful Guatemala and I will take with me the most wonderful of memories. The people are truly something and getting to spend time around the Mayan culture has been a privilege and an experience I will never forget.

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