Hotel el Arca de Noe
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... picturesque, but Atitlán is Como with additional embellishments of several immense volcanoes. It really is too much of a good thing." I was told by someone on Sunday at Earth Lodge, "It's more beautiful than all the descriptions" They are both right. It's beauty has a mystical air and there is something indescribable about it. There is a quiet peace and serenity. I guess I feel this way as my hotel is an "Eco-chic" hotel. It is located at the lake, ...
... school. I managed to meet some locals and get a good convo going with no English, everything was great until they told me it was one of the girls birthdays... Naturally I said "awww happy birthday" but everyone looked at me a lil strange, after a lengthy duration of laughter I realised I said "sad birthday" and quickly corrected myself, you win some and you lose some haha It's Friday arvo again and have a huge hike in the morning.... Estuardo needs beers ...
... The other thing about the
hostel is that there is no wifi and there is no tv in the room. It forces a
mini digital detox and as they advertise on the website it’s a place to try and
perfect the art of doing nothing.
We grabbed an early lunch at Café Nepal
where I had three tacos and Hinesh had pasta. The coffee there was ok and for
10 quetzals (under $2) I can’t complain. We grabbed a quick Brahva cerveza back
... H1N1 scare, when El Salvador played at the stadium, Guatemalans in the stadium wore masks and gloves. Racism exists everywhere, no matter what country.
Guatemala isn't big on recycling, but the country is making more of an effort to become sustainable (with Eco-blocks and recycling initiatives). Pesticide use is always a concern, along with fracking by Canadian mining companies. Also, I'm pretty sure that fuel emissions aren't regulated in ...
We organised to stay with a Mayan family at Lake Aititlan. It was well planned by the company, they picked us up from our accommodation in Antigua, drove us by minibus for 2.5 hours to a village called Panachel on the shore of Lake Aititlan. He we were chaperoned to a tour desk who organised our water taxi straight to Santa Cruz la Laguna. Here we chatted to the daughter of our host family and were transported up to our family's house up the steep hill by tuk ...