Posada de Santiago
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After Panajachel we stayed in Santiago for two nights at an amazing hotel. We had our own secluded bungalow made of brick and stone on this huge property full of indigenous flora and fauna intermixed with well manicured gardens. The property also served excellent breakfast, lunch and dinner. It was hard to pull ourselves away from the hotel but we …
After a 3 hour bus journey we've made it to Lake Atitlan. Imagine Windermere but with sun and volcanos and you're getting the idea. Sarah once again made mince meat of the locals in the market, haggling them down until in their broken english they plead "but please we have to eat" ruthless that's all i can say. After all our running about we've …
We awoke in Panajachel and hired a tuk-tuk. These three wheeled "taxis" have the same name here as they do in SE Asia. These are actually manufactured in India and are used throughout the world. Our Tuk - Tuk driver delivered us to the boat dock, where the private and "publico" boats travel to and from the various pueblos surrounding the Lake …
We woke up this morning in Pana and took a tuk-tuk out to a nature reserve/butterfly house nearby. The main attraction there is a set of ziplines through the jungle canopy: hike to the top, then zoom down 6 segments of wire down to the bottom. Being old *****, and cheap to boot, we skipped that portion and just wandered about. Featured were many …
... 3hrs to Lago Atitlan.
area is up there with the top tourists spots of Guatemala. The lake is
about 130km squared and 340m deep making it the largest lake in Central
They say the lake developed from a volcanic
eruption 84,000 years ago and is now home to 13 different Maya
settlements on its shores.
We arrived in Panajachel and decided we would stop here for a day or two and see the lake from this ...
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