Guatamala: Reviving Lake Atitlán

Inter Press Service: "There are hardly any tourists now, and nearly all the hotels are empty," says Rosa Rosales, who works at the Hotel Pa Muelle, on the shores of Guatemala's Lake Atitlán, a natural treasure that has been overcome by pollution. "The view of the lake is beautiful and the water looks very blue," but the tourists don't trust it, said Rosales, who works at one of the 281 hotels that dot the shore of the lake, located in the southwestern department of Sololá. According to the Chamber ......

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