Amatique Bay Resort & Marina
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... Garifuna. The Garifuna people of Caribbean Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and southern Belize trace their roots to the Caribbean island of St Vincent, where shipwrecked African slaves mixed with the indigenous Carib in the 17th century. The town has a very Caribbean feel to it which mixed with a Guatemalan feel, is quite different from anywhere else.
Sadly it was raining literally the whole time we were there which was a shame but even still ...
... the shuttle as he'd bruised his bum doing the slides in Semuc Champey while I was in the middle of the shuttle so I couldn't get to the travel sickness pills. I stuck my head out the window to try and stop myself being sick.
Eventually around 5 hours later (with no break for a change), we made it to Rio Dulce. It really was not what we were expecting and were a little disappointed by the dirty congested ...
... us to Rio Dulce for a couple of pounds more than the standard fare. He would be leaving within the hour. Things were looking up again. We sat down to wait. At 4.00pm he seemed to be preparing to leave but his boat was filling up with a large number of students. An argument ensued as they refused to let us on the boat which they had chartered for a field trip. The boat driver was trying to squeeze us in but, quite rightly really, they were refusing to ...
... a maga eves 250,000 dollaros fizetesevel - jo utat kivan, es utunkra enged Rio Dulceba. A buszút 4 órán és 27 bukkanón kereresztül tartott, a szokasos kanyargós utakon keresztül. Hol aludtunk, hol pedig olvasni próbáltunk, ez azonban nem ment olyan egyszerűen, mert a fehéringes buszsofőrünk valamilyen oknál fogva úgy gondolta mindenkinek kedve van egy filmet nézni (bár az utasok többsége olvasott) és betett maximŕlis ...
5:00 AM and the sunrise is simply stunning as we look out over the Guatemalan mountains. Today is our "free day."
We had a traditional Guatemalan breakfast of huevos con frijoles (eggs and beans) con queso (with cheese) y salsa (and salsa). It was YUMMMMMMY! After breakfast, we got onto the bus for a 3 hour bus-ride to Rio Dulce where we then split into two groups, got into our boats, and rode through the Lago Izabal (Izabal Lake) to El Castillo de San Felipe ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking