Laguna Lodge Eco-Resort & Nature Reserve
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
Photos of Laguna Lodge Eco-Resort & Nature Reserve
TripAdvisor Reviews Laguna Lodge Eco-Resort & Nature Reserve Santa Cruz La Laguna
Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz La Laguna
... after 4 hours of sun. The zephyr lodge introduced me to tequila rolls, a tequila roll is a roll of the dice when you and typically 10 others all roll dice and lowest number pays for all. Each time every bar worker gets involved so your guaranteed to be buying at least 5 shots if you lose. I won (or didn't lose) 4 rounds and 4 tequilas before my last round of 15 people got far to close as 2 of us rolled 1's, fortunately i then i won in the head to ...
... 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 ...
... we had tuna sandwiches again). After some more artsy fartsy shots we head out and were lucky enough to spot an employee of the hostel to hitch a ride back with (otherwise we would have had to wait 2 hours for the rest of the tour to finish).
We chilled for the afternoon – me having a café con leche while Hinesh took a siesta. Then once the lights came on around 6pm we did the dreaded packing of the back packs again ready for the last stop in Guatemala. El Remate here we ...
... 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 ...
... mom served me caldo for lunch one day (soup with meat, veggies, avocado, potatoes), which was my favorite meal followed by empanadas. Oh, they were heavenly. On often occasions, my host mother would serve a hot banana with liquified beans over it, which was really weird, but I still ate it. Getting tired of eggs, I chose to eat cereal one morning and my host mother asked me if I wanted hot or cold milk. Apparently, eating cereal with hot milk is a thing ...