Grand Tikal Futura Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Tikal Futura Hotel Guatemala City
The food at this restaurant was YUM! The surroundings were beautiful as well. We did not sleep here, we only ate at the restaurant.
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... Guatemala, mostly transit backpacers coming late and leaving early, so instead of sticking around there I had arranged a couchsurf in a different part of the city. I met the host, Dulce, at the transmetro stop and along the walk to her flat, there were big fancy hotels and skyscrapers in great contrast to the more run down historic centre and other parts of the city I had seen. We dropped our stuff in her lovely flat, with gate security and beautiful gardens ...
Out of the 16 of us and Jeff around 6 were leaving and then another 6 would join in their place. Unfortunately Jeff was leaving too so we went out for a few drinks the night before to say good bye. Our new CEO is called Diego and he is 28 from San Jose. Really nice guy and should be a good trip with him. Different dynamic to Jeff but then your not gonna get anyone exactly the same which makes it interesting all the ...
... We get to watch them do what they do and ask them questions along the way, gleaning wisdom from their three decades of experience in the field. They are mentors in their organization who have been charged with caring for 30 missionary couples in Central America. Please pray that we would be sensitive to what they have to teach us, that we would be hyper-observant, and that we would be attentive ...
... distinctly - just awesome! After the spectacle we returned to the camp site, ate breakfast and packed up for our decent. The ascent took about 6 hours, and the decent took 2.5 hours, with me literally running for the last 2 km. At the bottom, we all sighed a sigh of relieve and waited for the bus back to town. An absolutely awesome experience, but definitely one of the hardest hikes I’ve ever done - a definite must do!
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... I get home. A bit more discrete using my phone camera.
For those who don’t understand why are these local buses are sometime called by us travellers “chicken buses” … simple = one could expect locals to come on board armed with their chickens or livestock, ...