Lomas de Tzununa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... boat to our accommodation on the lake. Oh the joys of travelling! Thankfully the journey was a dream arriving with 3 hours spare, leaving us enough time to wander around Antigua for the second time and catch some more of the parades with Jesus resurrected this time! Also, thankfully the car came back in one piece meaning no extra payouts :-)
The shuttle to Lake Atitlan was a bit slow due to easter celebrations and roadworks, however we arrived ...
... that they would arrive. I guess we had that lost traveler look when a shoeshine man approached Dora and offered his phone. I would have been at a loss to explain what I needed and just kept waiting, but, since Dora is fluent in Spanish, she negotiated the use of the cell to call the folks with whom she had made the arrangements. We were assured that the van was on the way, but stuck in traffic. In the course of connecting with the van, Dora had several more calls on the same ...
The dorm has a huge window looking out over the valley. Not a bad view to wake up to. The morning light didn't spoil my lie in, and I got up in time to go tubing. It wasn't planned and I nearly didn't bother, the draw of that infinity pool was pretty strong. But having established the girls that had signed up weren't the boring Americans we got stuck talking to last night I thought "**** it" and got involved.
We left at 11, ...
... sounded on paper to be perfect - El Retiro. Right on the river, good restaurant, short walk from town, cute thatched cabins. But when we got there we found that the prices that were quoted on their website and in all the guidebooks had recently skyrocketed. Luckily we had our tent, so we could afford to camp. The food was good, but there's no way we could have afforded to eat three meals a day there. And they charged a ridiculous rate for using the wifi, around quadruple the price ...
... barricade! This time though, we didn't have to wait as the villagers opened it for us and we were on our way. It took another hour or so on a rocky, bumpy, unpaved road, but then we were back on paved roads. The next bunch of hours of our drive were uneventful.
At about 5PM, we were closing in on our destination when the roads became bumpy and rocky again. As we turned down the street to go towards Lanquin, a hitchhiker asked our driver if he could have a ...