Eco Hotel Uxlabil Atitlan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... there screaming with joy, “I love me! I am a dancer! I am a singer! I am a healer!”
I have been so blessed to meet the most beautiful people in my life and here at the lake. This place has been a blessing twice now for me. Now, I am off to Costa Rica to embark on a shared vision at Envision, back to the states for a quick visit, then off to Bali to dive even further into my dance, song, and personal growth! ...
... and explored the Pasaje Enriquez. After a while, we spotted the same man in earnest conversation with a policeman but we could see that the policeman was not in any distress and so decided not to interfere any further.
Having had our fill of Xela, we got on a return collectivo to Minerva terminus which was Xela’s bus terminus as per the guidebooks. We got off the van and were stunned to see a neoclassical temple (built by ...
In the morning we took the boat to an amazing hotel on the shores of Lake Atitlan with amazing views of the surroundings. We had pancake breakfast and took in the views and relaxed in the chilly lake waters with a swim. Later on in the afternoon we went to another town on the shores of Lake Atitlan via boat, called Santiago. At this town we had a local guide who showed us around and took us to a shaman ceremony that the ...
First was breakfast and again had a nice leisurely morning so we went around 9. Ordered me some pancakes and pineapple juice and to my surprise the pancakes came with jam already in them so obvs I drowned them in syrup too. We packed up our things and headed down to the lakes edge from where we would be catching our boat from to get to a small island where we would be staying for the night. The boat was like a small fishing boat and had a roof so weren't in the ...
... plantations. Harold told us of the discrimination that remains between the Latinos peoples and the Mayan communities as well as the Mafia who are involved in drugs and prostitution. We were shown the rows of brothels as well as passing the motor part industry with a million shop fronts devoted to car parts and tyres. So the journey passed in no time at all! We stopped at the town Solola where Harold dropped us off to walk around the local market. A ...