Laguna Lodge Eco-Resort & Nature Reserve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz La Laguna
... the loooong way down to the lake( another reason to think about the necessity of conserving ones energy!) my bathroom is made of earth bags as a foundation, and limestoned to finish the base. It has a rock wall made of small rocks in the shower area and bamboo wall on the side, the forth wall is partial and open to the view of the lake, with strategically placed ferns palms and fronds to hide any onlookers( I don't think that's possible unless you're in a boat on ...
... town where we stopped for the night. Our 'ferry' was a rowing boat with a motor, that took our busload of people across the river. It was very cool. Leg 10 was a super packed minibus on the way to Coban, one which showed there was no capacity limit for the bus (there were people on the roof!) The highlight was when the tyre needed to be changed in the middle of nowhere- then after a few minutes, someone ran towards ...
... We ate some papa
frites (fried potato chips) from a food stand and finished the walk with a
coffee and lemonade at the Volcan Lodge.
The day ended with a communal dinner at the
hostel where a mature aged American talked our ears off about his local
community project to help the poor help themselves through technology. It was
nice to see someone so passionate about their work. We unfortunately were
deprived of a nice sunset because of ...
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Most Guatemalans aren't able to leave Guatemala, even the financially well off ones. Many of them don't see traveling as a viable option, so they don't even consider it.
My compaņeras and I met an American who grew up in Guatemala. He was working his family 's sustainable coffee business in Antigua. He said that it ...
... br> The next day, we headed to Santa Cruz by boat to our hostel called, Iguana Perdida. Santa Cruz is a quaint, seclusive town filled with mostly tourists. I didn't see one native there who wasn't a worker; it was a little disappointing since I wanted to get to know the people. Another tourist group spent the day with us instead. They were a bunch of high school Canadian students. Apparently, Canadians have to remain discrete in certain parts of Guatemala ...