La Riviera Atitlan Hotel
- Heated pool
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... size: 17px; line-height: normal;">Weaving is done by hand, using natural materials e.g. seeds, leaves, bark etc to create the different colours. A day very well spent visiting and seeing how the different Mayan tribes live,
Back at Pana we walked to the market and bought fruit for brekkie. Again policeman and armed guards very evident.
... need of the boat captain to push the limits of speed attainable against 3-4 foot waves made it a complete white-knuckle and jarred bones affair.
The boat bounced over the rolling swells and soon muted gasps turned into loud shrieks. Stomachs sank in unison when the boat frequently dropped into a deep trough and we held on for dear life as tilted back upwards to ride the next wave. Frequently being tossed into the air, one could feel the ...
... Leesh is feeling much better so we drink water and head to bed. An awesome night celebrating a great year had and starting another amazing ahead of us. 2014 was the year of change for Leesh and I. We got married, got our own place and have quit the jobs and packed our lives into backpacks and are on the road for hopefully all of 2015. What a great way to see our the year then celebrating in the remote area of Lanquin with the beauty of the surrounding area. Great night indeed and bring on ...
... hugs. We were standing beside the bus and she came over and gave everyone multiple hugs, until we retreated back inside the bus! There is a section of "no mans land" in between Mexico and Guatemala, which we drove through then the bus dropped us off at 12:10 just before the Guatemalan border and we took all our stuff ready to cross. Dylan had some leftover steak from his meal last night which he gave to a skinny puppy here who was so excited! Rafael ...
... began our ride...and it was definitely not easy. It was hilly and the roads weren't paved. We stopped along the way by some local villagers' houses. These looked liked shacks, but this is how they live. We were told the children don't go to school since it's too expensive and the girls get married at 15 and typically have five or six children. Around the lake, people grow coffee beans, avocado, and corn, which is then sold to other villages. We got to taste ...