Travel Blogs from San Pedro La Laguna
... which I feel good about as he does this hike 4 x week and lives at altitude, and even he gave me congrats on my speed (most people make it up in 3 hr, we did 1.5 hr and then ran down....). It was a little cloudy at the top, so not the best view, but still worth it for sure. Got one more day on Lake Atitlan and then off to Guatemala City, before flying out on Thursday morning to Kona Brew Fest back in ...
... other so we tried to get away with staying as one team. Not a hope, we’re not that inconspicuous! So we split up. The 4 Dubs went on one team (Team Name - Up The Dubs) and the 3 culchies were joined by a 70 year old American dude (Team Name - 33 & 1/3) and we went head to head. Even with a bit of friendly help neither of us could win. The culchies came 3rd and the Dubs came a very respectable 2nd last!! It’s the taking part that counts ...
... 65 m. Apart from that they tend to seat three people in a row that is designed for three, but children. Now imagine traveling this way for hours on a very bad and bumpy road. Luckily our bus to San Pedro wasn't full, so each of us had an own seat, this way we could survive the journey :-)
San Pedro La Laguna is one of many small towns around the AtitlÓn lake and it's the largest one. Once you get off the bus you're confronted with hundreds ...
... the last day we didn't do much learning, instead we just chatted about anything and everything in spanish where we could and using english if we had too. Our teachers enjoyed learning english words off us and for the last hour of that last lesson we made jokes and teased each other in spanish which was fun and pretty satisfying considering how little spanish i knew before starting. I've got more to write about this part of the trip...I'll do it ...
How has this villa rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking