La Riviera Atitlan Hotel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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Travel Blogs from Panajachel
... using her IPhone to pull up prayers that she murmured quietly to herself while she rocked back and forth, pulling herself together in preparation for the long flight ahead. Her son was helpful when Toby had trouble getting his charger to connect to the outlet. But with his mother, he was less patient. When she asked him a question in a language that I couldn’t understand, he answered in English:
“It’s your DATA PLAN ...
... a Mayan Restaurant as suggested by Umberto. It was a good choice because the Pepian was delicious and filling. Umberto knew the owner/cook, who really looked after us. At the church Umberto explained about how the Spanish destroyed the Mayan altar and build the church on top, but now the Mayan Shamans use the church for their ceremonies as well. He also explained a bit about the civil war that only ended in 1996! The local priest martyred himself to save his ...
... at me! I guess I'll stick to the main roads. There are so many stray and starving dogs here, but they have been very passive and not frightening. Just really sad!
Well, after that bit of adventure, I walked down a bigger street and did make it to the beach. Lots going on here, families playing in the water, evangelical church gatherings, one after the other, each with loud music, along the beach. Lots of vendors selling food and trinkets. Not so ...
... dress and a few of the older men were as well. In addition to the usual food and household goods stalls, there were many fabric, yarn, ribbon and bead shops as well. There were tailor shops where men were making suits and trousers, and lots of dogs and children running about.
As we were heading down to Lake Atitlan we saw farm workers washing vegetables in preparation for going to market. We stopped on the roadside while Walter ...
... one of Corinne’s colleagues, Salvador, on the way there and then got a boat over to the island. Before getting off the boat we went on a tour of the mangroves around the island which was amazing! We saw all sorts of birds including the first (live) kingfisher I have ever seen which was wonderful. We also saw sea swifts, hawks, buzzards, pelicans and lots of blue and white herons. Am I missing any Corinne? I feel like I am. There were these great little fish that kind of skip ...