Amatique Bay Resort & Marina
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Adult pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Amatique Bay Resort & Marina Puerto Barrios
Travel Blogs from Puerto Barrios
... a crab in sight and a jacuzzi on the back deck! We stayed an extra day in the vain hope that the alcoholic staff in our last hostel would get their wits together enough to send the sandals back on the boat. They did not. However, this did mean we got a day to see the local sights and headed to a hot waterfall that dropped into a cold pool. The waterfall was heated by sulphur and was just the perfect hot shower temperature, to then cool down in the pool. ...
Managed to get up before the crack of dawn today to catch the sunrise (couldn't quite see the sun itself but the colours in the sky were amazing). Had a moment where I wish I had my camera so it capture the colors more accurately but the phone isn't bad. I'm learning to ...
... but I think because it was so bleak and miserable we didn't really enjoy it as much as we could've. Walking around there was all the little stalls and colourful things being sold by petite black women and the smell of fried chicken was everywhere, yum :) We sat and had lunch, rice, beans and chicken, the usual before heading out on a little walk. We visited a 'beach' (if you could call it that) and apparently on ...
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 ...
... Guatemala, approximately 20 of whom are orphaned and 80 who have families. The aim of the school is to provide mental, social, physical and educational care of children who do not have families to support them or whose families cannot afford to support them. The children live in houses which are split into 4 groups; big girls, big boys (aged 8-15), small girls, small boys (aged 5-8). The children are in school 5 days a week and ...