Eco Hotel Uxlabil Atitlan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 …
Today was bleak. We woke up very hungover, watched a football march, attempted to get some food, tried to book a shuttle to Guatamala city, failed because it was full, tried to book many more buses and then realised we'd have to get the chicken bus to Managua, stay the night there, and get up at 2am for a King Quality bus to Guatemala City for $80. ...
... lake and colorful murals brightened the drab gray cinderblock construction that characterized Santiago. It was a village we vowed to visit again when we had a bit more energy and it was a little cooler, but, as we'd been warned, the lake has a the ability to make you scale back your ambitions. We never did go back to San Juan, visit the yoga haven of San Marcos or walk to Santa Cruz. But we were ok with it. It seems impossible that we won't find our way back ...
... to jump. I hesitated for only a brief moment and then I found myself suspended in mid-air floating, flying, falling. I danced through gravity, cut through space and graced the water's surface, breaking its tranquility. The water accepted me with open arms. It took me in, surrounded and enveloped me in its vastness. Coming up for air was like breathing in a new life. In that moment, I felt that Guatemala had officially welcomed and accepted me into the country as a ...
... up into the valley, there is more magic here than you can imagine.
There are numerous quaint little restaurants serving up great dishes from around the world. From the French cafe with the best baguette sandwich I've ever had, to the Japanese spot where we spent countless hours lounging, ordering, eating, and ordering again - I was never disappointed. If you go, definitely hit up the Moonfish Cafe for a Tofu Peanut Butter Burrito... Heavenly.