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Travel Blogs from Guatemala City
... so high in the sky, I have never had such strong wet wind ripping at me. You could see streams of vapour rushing upwards over the ground in all directions. We were surrounded by angry white. It felt as though all the wind in the world was fighting its way toward us trying to get to us first. As the wind howled around us, howled through us, the way I felt inside was reflected back at me in the faces I looked into. Glad to be up top but ready to go home. After completing a ...
Jungle lodge way into the middle of nowhere - we arrived in the dark after a day in a mini van, and did the last 45 mins all off road through jungle in the dark, sat in the back of a pickup under a tarpaulin in heavy rain just m and me and 1 local guy.
The jungle lodge place itself was pretty cool. However it did have some down sides;
- Vegetarian food only!
- Loads of dogs, and I'm NOT a dog lover. Particularly as these were a ...
... put a long sleeve top on so that came off but without making any difference.
Flight to Panama 14:23 to 17:38. 1 hour time difference.
We were due to board at 13:20 but there weren't many of us. As they started getting on I went to the toilet and was back in plenty of time. We took off on time. I had a set of 2 seats to myself. Food was served quite quickly this time, again nothing vegetarian for me. He did offer me a sandwich with cheese and only a little ...
... group can fan out along the trail and each individual can take it at their own pace.
At about 4am, the first group of hikers hit what is known as the dead-zone. The skeletal trees thin out, the trail becomes rocky and the slanted landscape starts to look almost as desolate as your state of consciousness is likely to be at this hour of the night. Then, just when you’re considering which boulder on the side of the trail would make for the most comfortable bed, the ...
... find out all about
cigars and how they grow the dreaded weed. But the cigar factory tour was not
available which was a major disappointment and had been the main reason for
coming here. We walked around town briefly but it frankly had little to offer
so we found a Chinese restaurant for dinner with huge helpings of chow mein and
chop suey a la Santa Rosa and indistinguishable one from the other!
On the subject of food we are seriously looking forward to not ...