Amatique Bay Resort & Marina
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... so great. First we are at the back of the boat. A full boat that is weighed down more than usual, therefore the spray from the wake of the boat affects those at the back of the boat. Second, we are on the side facing the wind, meaning even more spray gets blown on us. Barely ten minutes into the journey we are soaked already!
We pass numerous little villages lining the shores and stop at a point where a hot springs enters the river. ...
... We caught a collectivo inland further and was amazed by the scenery with lots of forestry plantations cropped with inter-rows of maize and beans. We also saw hillsides and vast areas that had been cleared to make way for Palm oil plantations, which they cover the ground with black plastic to keep the weed competition down. The first stop was to a mineral spring hot waterfall, it was so great sitting under it and floating around. Apparently it is one of ...
... but only two to do with tourism. What to do? What to do? I don’t know. I want to do them all.
Working in Guatemala, I would be living around Lake Atitlan and working for a well established non profit that helps support families with education, health care and a myriad of other projects that all have government funding. Working in Colombia I would be helping a young NGO that is only a year old get its feet off the ground. I would ...
This morning was a 4am taxi to the bus station where we were expecting to get a bus to Guatemala City and stay the night. We were pleased to find out we could take a bus 'directly' to Tec˙m on the Mexican border for 850L ($40ish), so we jumped on that. We stopped a few times to drop people off and then started heading down to Guatemala City when we randomly pulled over, reversed a bit, and then stopped for an hour. No one said ...
On arrival in Livingston we were met with a very different Guatemala than we have grown to know and love over the last year. Livingston is culturally very different, with a big community of Garifuna who are mostly descended from West and Central African people. It just so happens that this year for the first time ever Miss Guatemala is a Garifuna woman, and it also just so happened that she was ...