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Why Lake Atitlan, Guatemala is great

  A 25th wedding anniversary comes along once in a lifetime. It is a cause for celebration. If I were to settle on a place, it would have spectacular scenery, a nice climate, and not be overrun by tourists. If I could get it for a third the price of most resorts, that’d be a bonus. H…
By Seth Barnes
By Seth Barnes

 

A 25th wedding anniversary comes along once in a lifetime. It is a cause for celebration. If I were to settle on a place, it would have spectacular scenery, a nice climate, and not be overrun by tourists. If I could get it for a third the price of most resorts, that’d be a bonus.

Here we are in Antigua.  Great meal at a rooftop restaurant.  I love my wife!

The shopping in the villages around the lake can be overwhelming.

The hotel on Lake Atitlan was beautiful.  Gardens everywhere. Bougainvillea hanging from balconies. Parrots in trees.

Comments (5)

  • Lake Atitlan and Guatemala were very beautiful, I was recently there. I was looking for info for a report, and happened to come across this website. Do you remember the name of the hotel by Lake Atitlan? Everyone tells me there are a few scattered on the border of the lake, but I didn’t seem to find any. Thanks!

  • Hi…just by chance found your website while I was looking for information on the orphans at the catholic church we saw in Panajachel/Lake Atitlan. This was almost two years ago, and my husband and I still remember the looks of the orphans there in a catholic church. Would you happen to know any information about them? We were thinking of some kind of mission project from our church for them. Thank you and God Bless…Cheryl Houston

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