Hotel el Arca de Noe
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... selling some food at the entrance to the park we decided to support their local community and have lunch over there. It was a very good meal for Q25 (piece of chicken, rice, beans, salad and three tortillas).
From Semuc Champey we walked towards the Grutas K´anba. In order to explore the caves one was supposed to wade through its dark waters while holding candlelight. We decided not to enter not only because of the admission fee (Q60 per person), which we ...
... 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, ...
Friday we headed off to the beach, we knew it was going to be hot be we had no idea what we were in for. Just 3 hours from the high, cold altitude of xela we were on the beach in the most tropical humid temperature i had felt since living in North Queensland during the summer. It was sweltering all day and all night. The beach was black sand making it impossible to stand anywhere. I had however been craving some hot weather and some waves to ...
... 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
... I'm sure it made the rock sliding painful.
It was so much fun climbing through all the rocks, we finished up by doing a massive and pretty dodgy swing into the river. Belinda went on it and nailed it with the perfect finish, a little concerned that her feet touched the bottom as she went in. The next person after her landed flat on her stomach, she got pretty badly winded so noone else wanted to do it after that. ...