Eco Hotel Uxlabil Atitlan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Eco Hotel Uxlabil Atitlan San Juan la Laguna
Travel Blogs from San Juan la Laguna
The drive to San Juan was rough....traffic was fairly crazy so we crawled along. We left an hour late and ****** around trying to find the last two passengers. Luckily we weren't able to find them because there were no spare seats so someone would have had to share. The shuttle went directly to San Pedro which meant we had to catch a tuk-tuk and go …
... knew where we were going (I had no idea) and guided about 7 of us the completely wrong way around San Pedro... We ended up following a couple up through their garden to their house... That was awkward. I swear they thought we were about to attack them. We eventually got to Buddha bar without my supreme guidance, and it was pretty dead but we had fun with all of us together. We then rolled into bed in the early ...
... enough to flood numerous businesses and houses along the shoreline, many of which remain partially or fully submerged. A 7.5 magnitude earthquake in 1976 opened up new fissures in the bedrock leading to a two meter drop in the lake level in just over a month. Archeologists have found the remains of a 2000 year old Mayan village 55 feet below the current lake level. Today, the Mayan villages are all built well above the shoreline, ...
... relax and enjoy Lago de Atitlán.
At the lakeside, we took a 'lancha', a very basic, small boat with an outboard motor to hotel La Casa del Mundo. The lanchas act as ferry service, continually going back and forth on the lake, stopping at the various villages and private jetties. As we carried on further round the lake, the mountains seemed to get closer to the edge of the lake, to the point where buildings were actually built with a very small ...
... The first view of the lake snapped us back to reality, it was beautiful. High on the mountains surrounding the lake we were looking down on it as the sun was setting and it was an amazing view. We got into town and parted ways with the boys to go up to our school to meet our family. Our mother for the next two weeks was there and we took a Tuc Tuc back to our new house and met the rest of the family. It was a bit overwhelming at first, living with ...