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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Gringo who showed us the trick. Flores is pretty, safe and chilled out although, I wouldn't want to spend more than a few days here.
I'm sure this isn't the first or last night I use this phrase but...the next day was an absolute highlight of my tour so far. We spent the day touring the majestic Tikal Ruins. They date back to 700 AD and they have been excavated/restored beautifully after being completely claimed by the ...
Hola Chicas! We're posting today from the "adventure" themed backpacker hostel of "Basecamp Hostel" in the colonial town of Antigua. The night bus last night (which was a very comfortable ride with seats the size of armchairs, but aircon set to arctic blizzard) trundled in to Guatemala City in the south of the country, and we quickly made our escape to the ...
... pretty. At first we just thought it was cloud but got chatting to an older Canadian guy who said it was active whilst one dormant other extinct. Nachos there looked amazing! Watched sunset then went back to hostel to put jeans on as getting cold. Pretty chilly at night here. Jeans and jumper weather for sure. Got msg from bernie saying his roommates were playing in a bar. Alex drinking again in hostel with new Aussie guys ...
... people have stubbornly remained here despite the earthquakes and volcanic activity. My faithful driver, Werner brought me here today. It's about an hour from Guatemala City. The highway was steeper than the North Cascades Highway in places. There were lots of mini speed bumps to help slow you down in steep places. My hotel here is the Las Camelias Inn. It is very nice and much nicer than I thought it would be. My room looks ...
3 El Gringo Hostel and Restaurant. http://www.elgringosuchitoto.com/ The owner, Robert, is very helpful with lots of travel advice and tips for El Salvador. Cheap too.
4 Papaya Lodge http://www.papayalodge.com/ Not bad. Pool, hammocks, and other travellers to talk to. Close to food and beach.
5 Casa Verde. http://www.hostalcasaverde.com/ Best hostel so far on this trip. And probably the ...