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

    Trails and tribulations of the first week

    A travel blog entry by brahmleupen on Jul 27, 2015

    7 photos

    ... City but I saw no other alternatives on hand. I signed a sigh of relief when I saw a sign for Antigua and my worries of the taxi driver taking me somewhere to murder me faded. After finding a hostel in Antigua, I explored the colonial city for the next couple of days. With most of the city's buildings be built in the early 1700's, the place has a lot of history. It also had a covered market with seemingly endless ally ways with vendors selling everything imaginable. I ...

    Yummy treats, taxidermy and textiles in Xela

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Jun 21, 2015

    49 photos

    ... in full traditional clothing drinking like fish, popping cans of cheap lager one after another. This may be due to the fact that there was a bar/shop on site. Worshipping a Mayan Elvis followed by beers sounded like a good religion to us. Descending back into the town, we took a shortcut through the central market. The colours of the fruits and vegetables being sold offset against the vendors' traditional dress made for a perfect photo opportunity, making the ...

    Yoga, rain and smoking gods in the Mayan highlands

    A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Jun 13, 2015

    33 photos

    Having managed to squeeze in one final, glorious breakfast at Yellow House in Antigua we boarded another shuttle from this ancient cobbled city westwards to the Mayan town of Panajachel, which hugs the shore of the famous Lago Atitlán. The population of the town is almost entirely Mayan and it is one of the few places you can see the older men still wearing traditional dress. Our bus weaved through the streets past the press of locals and as we disembarked the shuttle ...

    A day of no pictures! Crazy!

    A travel blog entry by swithrow on May 29, 2015

    ... about an hour and 15 minutes or so. Then the others were checking out the "new" break area for the yesterday and today (possibly) because there is a group at the school presenting on the gastronomic benefits of typical foods. Because of this new break area, we got stuck in the hallway talking with a couple of the other student and teacher pairs. We stood around and chatted for around 30 minutes, which is when my teacher said "Let's go down ...


    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Apr 14, 2015

    5 photos

    We spent three nights in San Pedro. We hadn't planned to, and under other circumstances we may have left earlier. It's not that San Pedro is a bad town, there just wasn't much to do here. We had heard much about how nice Lake Atitlan was, and San Pedro sits on the western shores of the lake. The lake is actually a huge, old (and I assume redundant!) volcano crater surrounded by mountain peaks. The lake must be about 10 or 15 miles across to the eastern ...