Finka Arabu

Livingston, Guatemala | Campground

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Guatemala and the start of Casa Guatemala

A travel blog entry by i.a.c.


... can't miss if you go to Flores and that is Tikal Mayan ruins. We booked the 3 am slot so we could sit on top of the temple for sunrise. What an experience it was. During our short guided tour our guide explained how the Mayans had very cleverly constructed each temple. They had constructed the temples so that in three month intervals the sunrise will be aligned with the one side of the temple. So on 21st of March it ...

Do you know what a Micoleon is?

A travel blog entry by georgeandlol


... It was incredibly beautiful and we couldn't believe we were the only people there!

After almost two hours we headed back and caught a lift with a local guy back to the hot spring waterfall. I have never heard of this before, the piping hot water from a volcano spring makes up the waterfall, then the pool below is ice cold. It was so awesome just relaxing under the hot water then dipping down in the pool to cool off! We sat around chatting to a few ...

Just another journey!

A travel blog entry by markjezek


... three day cruise on his catamaran to Utlia (our next destination) for a cute sum of $250 per person. This was very rich for us and said that we’d think about it. This was super expensive for us as we worked out that we could take a bus that would take us 10 hours for $80 each - this was a done deal.

We were picked up by the complementary shuttle boat to Kangaroo Hotel and were greeted by a ...

Rio Dulce - we will be back!

A travel blog entry by ecschultz


... hitch a ride to Roatan but they were headed the other way – shucks!

We got back to the hotel around 4 pm in time to get a bite to eat (homemade guacamole and beers from town) before Movie Night started at 6:30. “The East” - we had never heard of it but it was good. They even had popcorn. It was hard to say goodbye to El Tortugal this morning. We loved the place and the people (mostly boaters).

3 weeks into our trip and 3 countries visited. ...

Guatemalan Musical Bus Chairs

A travel blog entry by doove


... off at hot springs and various other points along the way – it didn’t. We complained and got a little excursion to some old fort place at the end. It was kinda cool going through jungle like vegetation and sheer rock faces of doom but overall it wasn’t fit to wipe Canon Sumidero’s ****. That place was boss.

Arrived into Rio Dulce town and had a basic but alright hostel right on the lakefront – first impression of Guatemala ...


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