Hotel el Arca de Noe
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
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... being so great, a strong aftertaste). We wander back along the track to our accommodation, past the chickens and ducks, and the little pig that line the side of the track. Lizards sunbathe in the middle of the road, as long as they can before we get too close and they scuttle off to their hiding places.
When we get back we get a couple of well earned chilled drinks at the bar and book our transport for tomorrow, a 12 hour bus journey (probably across rocky roads), ...
We were up at 4:45am! We had a tight schedule for getting back to Antigua in order to catch our 12:30pm shuttle to Lake Atitlan. The journey said it would take 5 hours, but who knows with Semana Santa parades taking place in Antigua!! Hence why we gave ourselves more than enough time to get there. Ideally we would have liked to have booked a shuttle later but they only had a shuttle at 4pm which would have meant we would have been too close for comfort in catching ...
Leaving Tikal NP and the jungle required an early shuttle to Flores, the nearest town (about 30 minutes away from Tikal) with an airport. The airport was tiny, but the security was tight. (I'm not really sure why!) our flight to Guatemala City was short and uneventful. We arrived in plenty of time to meet our prearranged shuttle van to Panajachel at Lake Atitlan.
Dora began getting worried when the van had not arrived at the time she had arranged. I, in my travel na´vetÚ, ...
... up against the window taking it all in. I must have looked funny because the locals kept waving and smiling at me as we drove past. Which I was only too happy to return. This was the start of my solo Central American adventure and I was excited!
We arrived in the dark and I found my hostel. It was called The Yellow House and Corrine and Matt had recommended it to me. It was lovely! I had a tiny little single room upstairs which was just big enough for a bed, a little table with ...
... you for the good times. Things got tough after lunch, following Hector’s announcement, with a wry smile, that we’d be beginning our trek up to the wonder of Semuc Champey. I struggle to remember the arduous walk in the stifling heat, made all the more difficult with no kids knocking about trading in tinnies. Arrival at the pools of Semuc Champey signalled the opportunity to explore our surroundings, and cool off in the tranquil, turquoise, ...