EcoAldea Maya

Livingston, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Livingston

There and Back Again: A Moron's Tale

A travel blog entry by losthobo


Livingston: Phase I Livingston is a port town on the small Carribean coast of Gautemala. The only access to the town is by water, either by sea, or by the Rio Dulce. It is an interesting composition of Garifuna, Spanish and Maya cultures. There are two main roads in town that spread off from the docks; one that heads up the hill away from the docks …

Guatemalan Musical Bus Chairs

A travel blog entry by doove


... saw some kid that must have been about 8 driving a scooter whilst texting which I had to double check, we got followed by some dude in a pickup truck at night when the German guy took pictures of a passed out tramp. met some weird old guy from Iowa – who turned out to be one of the inappropriate trunks brigade and some Indian woman who was about as small as a stick insect that wanted to join me for my day trip, but was one of those people that intensely stares ...

Boat ride up the Rio Dolce

A travel blog entry by fishwheel

... a bar and showed Tom a sailboat he has for sale. Not sure why we would need a sailboat in Guatemala but it was nice and the price was good. Tracy and I left the boys in search of a hotel and found a nice one for $20 a night so we returned to get them and went and checked in. after a few drinks we went for dinner. The town is very bustling and it was a lot of fun to walk around and see all the sights.

Guatemala Bound

A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz


... out man' way of life our boat left port at 10:30. So here's to actually hoping everything else is running late for the rest of the day now!

..and it all has! A taxi, a boat, a private van, a bus and a 4 * 4 jeep all running late we are on route to arrive at Utopia tonight, we won't be stuck in some mountain village unable to get to our destination today..which was definitely a thought that went unsaid a few times throughout the day today!

As we wind up ...

A hot waterfall?

A travel blog entry by ryanandmeg


... which would take us along the river and also to visit the nearby town of Livingstone. We were picked up at around 9:30 and set off down the river. The trip down the river took about 2 hours during which we got to take in the great scenery and also made a stop at some natural hot springs where we dipped our feet.

We arrived at Livingston around 11:30 and were given a few hours to explore ourselves. The town is quite small and was ...


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