Hotel Chi-ya

Address: San Juan La Laguna, Km 175.5, San Pedro La Laguna, Lake Atitlan, Western Highlands, Guatemala | Villa
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This villa is located on San Juan La Laguna, Km 175.5, San Pedro La Laguna.
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    Travel Blogs from San Pedro La Laguna

    Yummy treats, taxidermy and textiles in Xela

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Jun 21, 2015

    49 photos

    ... most of whom stood at less then 5ft tall, but barged past as though they were giants. Though much of the markets are devoted to traditional wares aimed at tourists the gringos were vastly outnumbered. We started our adventures at the town's famous white-washed church, set among the many colourful stalls and hoards of ladies vending flowers. On the steps that led into the church local Mayans burnt a type of incense made from pine resin, which filled the air ...

    Yoga, rain and smoking gods in the Mayan highlands

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Jun 13, 2015

    33 photos

    ... hopped aboard another ferry full of Mayan in traditional dress, bound for one of the largest towns on the lake and a major tourist destination, San Pedro la Laguna. The previous afternoon we had noticed the numerous roofs poking out from below the water on our coastal walk and as we bobbed along the northern and western shores there was more and more evidence of formerly lakeside properties and structures that have been swallowed by the rising waters. The lake does not ...

    First Weekend at Lago de Atitlan

    A travel blog entry by lisabeck on May 30, 2015

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... 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”: ...

    Studying Spanish!

    A travel blog entry by acoruspaul on May 19, 2015

    6 photos

    ... a cycle of dependence. The government here is quite corrupt. The vice president stole 700 million dollars and disappeared. Schools, hospitals, infrastructure, the poor are all suffering from rampant corruption and lack of funding where it is needed. I went to a protest on the weekend. 1000s of people parading and waving signs calling for change. It was especially touching when they sang the national anthem. ...


    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Apr 14, 2015

    5 photos

    ... a few hours, feeling like I'm going to be sick until finally I rush to the bathroom and throw up more than I think I have done in my life! I hoped that after being sick I would feel better, and whilst the worst of the stomach cramps had gone I still felt ill. We wandered into town though to get Kirsty something to eat. Kirsty found a restaurant that did take away pizza that we could take back to the hotel. As we were waiting in the restaurant seating area ...