Finka Arabu

Address: Livingston, Guatemala | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located in Livingston, is near Go With Gus Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Livingston

No Jaguars/disasters/adventures - but very nice

A travel blog entry by bellyschoeffel on Jul 09, 2015

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... fairly close knit community. Nana Juana is particularly so - full of Aussies, New Zealanders, English, Canadians and the odd Yank - and they all seem to like a drink.

We've been here a week now, and it has been a constant social whirl: Canada Day; regular Friday drinkies; 4th of July party; regular Sunday Barbecue; dinners here; dinner with our neighbours; dinner in the restaurant; and a barbecue to honour George and Becky and eat the contents of their fridge and freezer ...

Livingston to Placencia

A travel blog entry by jenipedia on Apr 13, 2015

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... at Belize port of Punta Gorda after 45mins. Then it was on a local 'chicken bus' for 2 hours to a town called Independence and then a taxi to the port to get another boat to Placencia, aka paradise! We arrived at 2pm into the most beautiful hotel, welcome cocktails awaiting our arrival! I may never leave this ...

Up a creek with just one paddle

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Apr 05, 2015

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... straight down to Rio Dulce through the green, verdant, rolling hills of Eastern Guatemala. I had envisaged a more complicated journey, one that may take us round the houses, or maybe involving a change of transport or two, but we wouldn't have got there any quicker had we taken a taxi.

The minivan dropped us off at a boat shed in Rio Dulce. I backtracked up the busy street, Easter bringing out the crowds again, in search of a shop to ...

A Kangaroo in Guatemala

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jan 07, 2015

25 photos

... mature and develop very rapidly in this time. The first few years sounded very rough and it was very common for most people to carry a gun with them at all times for protection. His clientele has mellowed over the last few years but some of his early guests had fairly shady and interesting jobs with some of the parties getting very loose and crazy. Not wanting to spill the beans on this page, if anyone is interested I am happy to share a couple of yarns ...

Everyday we're Hustlin'

A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 13, 2014

30 photos

... on us?! Overwhelmed by the friendliness of the local community, everyone we bumped into invited us to Driftwood, a hut on the beach serving pizza and Garifuna drumming all night.

The atmosphere at Driftwood was electric, drumming throbbed through the hut, beer flowed and everyone wanted to meet us. We chatted to a few of the locals, ended up dancing with them too and signed up to take some drumming lessons the next day.

Warren, our 15 year old teacher ...