Eco Hotel Uxlabil Atitlan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Eco Hotel Uxlabil Atitlan San Juan la Laguna
Travel Blogs from San Juan la Laguna
... history museum that held the finest collection of horrifying taxidermy we had yet to encounter. This included several stuffed lions that apparently used to live at a nearby zoo until their death as well as local 'freaks of nature' like the conjoined goat and pig twins and an unknown creature in a jar. Our trip to the local pueblo Zunil was undoubtably a highlight as it is home to another figure of Maximón, the Mayan god we visited in Santiago Atitlán. ...
... I had a great meal of some steak and a potato type mixture, then I took a nap.
Currently, there is another American staying here. He is volunteering - not sure doing what, we haven't talked much yet. At lunch, the grandpa of the family looked at me and said "Estados Unidos?" and looked at the other American and said the same thing (Meaning United States) - then the other American looked at me ...
... has a clock on it. I switched in on and found it was 6.55am.
I had no desire to get up just yet.
The issue was at what time I should try and head off to Lago de Atitlan (Lake Atitlan). What I had to factor in would be getting transport to the bus station, then finding a bus going the right direction plus add on a bus journey of maybe three hours. I didn't really want to hit the rush hour traffic and have to battle commuters with my backpack.
... at the front of the kayak, but notice despite the effort, I don't think I am going anywhere. I look out and see a boat heading my way and think finally, only to be let down when I notice it was just a passenger boat. They slow down and ask if I am ok and I tell them Purto had gone for help. The boat driver gets on his mobile, speaks frantically for a few seconds then gives me the thumbs up and heads off. Cheers mate haha A minute or two later, another boat comes into ...
... hotels, restaurants, souvenir shops and tour operators. It is not a bad thing to have tourists swarming a town as this inevitably leads to an eclectic choice of eateries and a couple of them are bound to be vegetarian friendly. We discovered an Indonesian restaurant and got some respite from an overload of tacos and frijoles (beans) with some tasty nasi goreng!
Several different cultures mingle on Pana's streets. Ladinos (people of ...