Eco Hotel Uxlabil Atitlan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from San Juan la Laguna
... of lake Atitlan, seeing the reflections of the volcanoes in the calm flat water. Looking back around one of the girls noticed a strange plume - Volcan Fuego was erupting! A huge plume of grey ash was projected up into the sky, shortly followed by a slightly smaller ash column protruding from the crater of the volcano! Even though this eruption was short lived it was incredible and such a privilege to witness. Disembarking the boat we ...
... put it that way... haha!
I then walked to a place that I bought some other small gifts the other day because I knew that they were having a sale this week. I bought myself a cool purse that Jason will be happy of because there is a place I can put my keys so they don't get lost in the "black hole" that is my current purse! :) I also walked to the market store and got some oreos, because ...
... which part the “extranjeros” (foreigners) live. San Marcos is known to be a “hippie” town, housing little shops and restaurants, which have a wide variety of local and foreign food, vegetarian cuisine, which sell esoteric health products, tarot card readings and massages and which for the most part have WIFI. I immediately felt at home. In one restaurant here the four of us had a “desayuno chapín”: ...
... The local transport is boat and pickup inter-town and tuk-tuk within. Sadly, Ray is too heavy for the tuk-tuks; we almost had to get out and push one uphill at one point :/ The boats follow an interesting model: wait here until the driver fancies it's time to go. Depending on the mood either pay upfront or later or maybe not at all. The most interesting, though, are the pickups. You get to ride in the back or, if it's full, hang off the end. We did this ...
Rode a tuk tuk from San Pedro to the nearby village of San Juan to check out the woven products. There are many weavers co-ops to protect the interests of the women who do all the work. Colourful murals cover the exterior of many buildings. Also a nice surprise to see a little herbal garden with a little stand selling products. We returned to San Pedro by boat, a short ride. We could have walked but it was too ...