Villa Sumaya

Santa Cruz La Laguna, Lake Atitlan, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located in Santa Cruz La Laguna.
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    Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz La Laguna

    Mysteries, Mayans and more

    A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 28, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... ventured further up the hill then my place!!! No wonder I have an amazing view! The only spot to get WIFI is in the area of the Reception building, this making anyone who needs it think about their true need to connect, before making the trek down the hillside! My cabin is wood, and has 2 single beds with bedspreads made from Mayan women's skirts. Most pillows and bean bag chairs on site are also made from Mayan women's skirts. I have a wall of sliding windows ...

    Drive to Lanquin

    A travel blog entry by molsen on May 15, 2014

    5 photos

    Long 8 hour drive. With over 100 speed bumps. Trust me the speed bumps drive you crazy.. there was about 10-15km of dirt road at the end of the trip that was fairly steep.
    Lanquin is a tiny town that at the moment doesnt have any power.
    So the place i stayed ran their generators ever morning and night for a few hours.
    (normally they have power but there is some local goverment dispute happening so they cut the power off to the town)

    Maltiox Lago de Atitlan

    A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Apr 29, 2014

    17 photos

    ... we had to stop every couple of mins to fix it. We’ll need to invest in a new
    pair this week. Jaibalito was a small provincial Mayan town. Not many tourists
    wander down this way. We walked through the small town in a couple of minutes.
    We saw kids playing football / soccer on a basketball court, local dogs who’s
    barks scared the **** out of me (surprise surprise), kids playing with broken
    toys (dolls with the heads off….) but who looked ...

    Semuc Champey

    A travel blog entry by vclench on Mar 31, 2014

    21 photos

    ... as it is positioned on the banks of a river, thus providing the best post-journey bath and refreshing swim. The waist deep river flows with a current strong enough to knock you off balance if you lose your footing on the rocks underneath. With the aid of a rope tied between the two banks of the river, you wade into the fresh waters and sink down submerging your whole body, whilst still holding onto the rope. The effect being that your feet are swept up and your body is laid ...

    Lago Atitlán

    A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 23, 2014

    12 photos

    ... were out at the bar, Panarock, than gringos, which was unexpected. Sam, my compaņera en crimen, and I actually got to meet people from all over-Guatemala, Venezuela, Colombia, Belize...who all came together for the sake of their friend's wedding the next day. Their friendly attitudes were characteristic of Latino countries; their outlooks remained to be unaffected by the huge influx of Americans who tend to be more seclusive and less open to strangers in ...