Hotel Utz Jay
Travel Blogs from Panajachel
We left our cute guesthouse in San Pedro, and walked to the docks for a lovely lakeside breakfast. Two coffees and two egg plates with fruit and banana bread....barely $4. I love this town.
We took the speeedboat ferry an hour back across Lake Atitlan to Panajachel, the main town. We checked into another cute guesthouse, this one a set of …
Despite what a lot of reviews had said about Panajachel, we definitely enjoyed ourselves. Vanessa, Miguel, Brian and I got up very early on our second day there and caught a bus to the famous ĘChiChi MarketĘ. The town is actually called Chichicastenango, but folks call it Chi Chi for short :). None of us were really sure what to …
So, this is my second attempt at writing this entry. I had a good seven paragraphs finished yesterday and something happened with the internet, which caused all of my work to be deleted in about three seconds. I'll leave it to your imagination to visualize my reaction.
My intention with this entry is to sum up our last two …
Well it was a slightly strange Christmas! away from home not only was there no chance of seeing snow or family, the same chances were on finding any mice pies! Not only that,most people didn't even know what they were :/ and I'm not talking about the Guatemalan's. Throughout our travels Its become apparent that the Aussies have many similar ...
... It truly warmed my heart.
Other memorable experiences from this homestay were learning how to make tortillas with Petrona, the mom, for dinner. She sat both Ryan and I down beside her at her stove and taught us how to make these tortillas that she makes with little to no effort as we fumbled with the dough and she laughed at us giving us yet another lesson! Needless to say the first night for dinner the tortillas weren't the prettiest of tortillas! A fun experience ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking