Hotel Finca Tatin
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Reduced mobility rooms
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Finca Tatin Livingston
The staff was very helpful, and the owner, Paolo went out of his way to help us with our travels. We ate great food and took some kayaks down the river. Don't miss a stop here!
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Just like a week ago, I arrived in Rio Dulce (city) and did not really have the feeling to stay here, so I decided to skip it again and took a boat directly to Finca Tatin. A lot of people recommended it to me and arriving there, I got a good idea why J The hostel was located next to a side river of Rio Dulce and in middle of the jungle. It was …
As I float down the Rio Tatin, which is a tributary of the Rio Dulce I realize how fortunate, once again, I am. Moments of peace and serenity are interrupted by the roar of an occasional lancha (motored boat). Once it passes, the sounds of the jungle envelopes me again. It is just so cool to glide quietly on the river and observe the herons and the …
... br> houden in een tuc tuc. Comfortabel kan je het niet noemen, maar dat
zou het bagage zeulen over de brug ook niet geweest zijn. Dus we
zijn blij dat tuc tuc bestuurders heel inventief zijn voor een extra
quetzal. Spijtig genoeg is het iets te bekrompen om ook nog een
camera boven te halen en er een foto van te maken, maar het kan dus.
We worden afgezet bij Bruno, waar we enkele dagen eerder vertrokken
zijn richting finca Tatin. De private kamers zijn te ...
... to say I am getting a little tired of it. Anyway, I am now on my descanso, and I was thinking of heading to San Pedro Necta, the place that I went to in 2004, and see the children's camp that I helped build. It is a long haul though, perhaps 12-14 hours on a bus and I would have to hop a couple of different buses. We'll see!! It is really cold here tonight, probably the coldnest that I have experienced in all my time in Guatemala - Temp. is 10C. ...