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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... happy hour. It was amazing here. Watching the water glisten between the cracks in the deck, the temperature, the fish in the water, the clouds and the massive looming storm in the distance. All so beautiful. We had some drinks and played cards the. Had dinner with everyone. I had rice! We retired to our room pretty quickly, it was so nice in there. We stretched and laughed and listened to serial. Then fell asleep getting attacked by ...
... to buy clothing and food from and everyone there was always super nice. I was lucky and found out from someone in the village who told me that there is a PADI diver center near where we were. He said you can only get to it by boat so early in the morning tomorrow you will come to the shore and I will take you there. I ended up seeing him the next day and what i saw when i was diving was a very beautiful sight. My stay here was by far something that definitely changed my ...
... bank. It feels somewhat heavily guarded for a bank serving a town with a population of a few thousand. Three armed guards stand outside. Kirsty and I walk through the front door to be greeted by another guard. We have to wait for the outside door to shut before we can walk through the inside door. Here at least two other guards monitor the queue. Airport security has nothing on this bank!!
It turns out the bank won't exchange the ...
Leaving Livingston early the next day we boarded another boat to travel up to Rio Dulce. We had read about this boat ride and was the main reason that we crossed into this part of Guatemala. The river passes through a massive gorge that is hundreds of metres tall covered in jungle foliage and the cries of tropical birds, I was secretly hoping to see a few monkeys but due to continual rain kept them away for the day. Halfway along we came up to a hot spring coming out ...
... to find the Immigration office to get out stamps. There as no border patrol, fences or signage to indicate where the tourists had to go. You can easily see how the drugs move up the Caribbean coast quite trouble free with a few handouts/bribes to any border patrols who may be in the area. Luckily we weren't packing any drugs or guns so the immigration officer was happy to accept us into Guatemala. We had to take another small launch to our destination for the evening, Livingston. ...