Rancho Grande Inn
Travel Blogs from Panajachel
Panajachel is a town in the southwesternGuatemalan Highlands at Lago Atitlan, in thedepartment of Solola at an altitude of 1,597 meters. It was a lot warmer here than in Xela and there was also a lot more of oxygen, probably because of the lake.
It is the largest of the twelve towns and became a centre for the tourist trade of the area …
... with a bit of garlic butter hastily spread on. All in all great service!
Our last day we stayed in another village, San Pedro. Similar to Panajachel in being quite touristy there are many shops and restaurants. Luckily it also had a second hand book shop for Colleen who had earlier broken her Kindle by sitting on it. Strangely her plan to fix it by sitting on it again didn’t work!
The next day we booked our shuttle ...
... face mask and his mouth was in a o shape and then they poured some alcohol down the mouth. the last one was just the hot springs. pictures below.
and for more info on how hot springs are created click the link below
James and Hamid
... to a small town called Lanquin. We had hoped to go to Lanquin and get a small shuttle then to Semuc Champey and return again to Copán in the afternoon to get a bus all the way north to see the ruins in Tikal. Starting this late I knew we would probably run into problems but it is better to just go with it, right? :)
Breakfast was tacos from a lovely street vendor who cooked them for us right then and there. I have no idea what the meat was nor ...
... 2% go to college. Though education is free through high school, cost for books, uniforms and transportation are too much." -Pop Wuj Spanish school
Pop Wuj provides over 130 scholarships. The average scholarship is Q100 ($13) per month or $160 per year. The recipents vary in age from kindergarten to university. The fact that many people do not complete their education is mostly due to poverty issues. Lots of children and teens leave school to work ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Very nice staff.
Good location when you like it quite.
Good for kids.
The carpets in the room were dirty and full of small bugs.
The swimming pool is only a plunge pool and the water was very cold.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.