Green Bay Hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... the lodge recommended we go a little further out to this canyon along the river so we decided to go see that as well. In town we found the local minibus that was going in our direction and it was full so the ever enthusiatic Ken negotiated us to travel on the roof (Sorry moms!). The four of us and one Guatemalan sitting on the roof racks as we headed towards the canyon. About 20mins into the ride it started raining and the bus pulled over and they passed up a big ...
... base tapado Q 110 / NZ $ 17 / US $ 14. Full of tiny prawns, a whole crab, local whole fish and while it was messy to eat, boy was it really tasty! Thanks Bec.
... Guatemala and we are supposed to be at Hickatee cottages in Punta Gorda, Belize. Next morning at 7am, we caught the water taxi from Livingston, Guatemala to Punta Gorda, Belize. After going through customs, we went to a restaurant called Driftwood, had a coffee and waited for the folks from Hickatee Cottages to pick up us. We were picked up by Kelly (a young Mayan girl) and driven about 10 minutes to Hickatee cottage.
... public cemetery- and we were again amazed by the effort that family members go to to decorate graves of their loved ones on this day. Day of the Dead is a very special day in the culture here- and the evidence of this was all around us. The rest of our time here was just spend exploring this beautiful city. Antigua was originally the capital of Guatemala until several earthquakes in 1773 destroyed many of the buildings. Some of these buildings have just been left as they were- ...
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