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 …
Our tour to Semuc Champey left the hostel at 8:30am, so we grabbed some breakfast beforehand and then jumped in the truck for the half an hour very bumpy drive to our first stop, the caves. We stripped to our bikinis, put on our trainers and lot out candles and then it was off into the caves! It started off very shallow but soon got much deeper and colder! We heard the sound of rushing water and turned the corner to a huge waterfall which some people climbed up and ...
... involved scale. Our family included us in their celebrations and we were fortunate to see the wonderful processions by candlelight through the streets on Hoky Thursday and then the making of the al fombre into early Good Friday and then the procession where it is walked over by the devoted groups carrying the enormous and heavy floats depicting the Easter scenes of Christ on the cross and the 12 stations. I cannot begin to describe the intensity of the experience and ...
... ridge before a last 20min of steep uphill to the summit. In all it took us 1hr 50min from our hotel to the summit. The views were really good but it was still misty so some of the views across the lake weren’t possible.
We got back around 10am in time to watch the Easter Friday processions around town which were awesome. All the locals are in traditional clothes which differ from village to village but ...
... Anyways, we lucked out again and actually bumped into a procession that was going on in the streets. An early celebration of Semana Santa had begun and there was music following these giant, religious floats (carried impressively by the people!) and music also in the central plaza. We couldn't have picked a better night to be in Antigua.
But our path was onward, and so we took the next morning's shuttle out of Guatemala and into El Tunco, El Salvador. Back ...