Hotel Palacio Maya
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Had a relaxing day in Flores. Got my travel reservations figured out to head to Semuc Champey tomorrow. Looks like an 8 hr shuttle bus and then a short pick up kine ride to an out of the way place where I'll spend a few days checking out the limestone pools and caves. They only have electricity from 6-10pm and in theory have satellite internet during that time, so no worries if don't ...
... Phil, Amie and Chris from San Francisco on a family holiday vacation in Caye Caulker) and they were hanging out with Liv and Ali from England backpacking. Thought Phil was a hottie geek hihi
4) A bit of dancing on the waterfront
Back to the hotel, completely hammered, plastered, trolleyed, **** faced... Oops
Stumbled into bed...tomorrow is not going to be good!!
V and mini V (how did this ...
... and pay the exit fee which was $37.50BZ. We then head to the Guatemala immigration office. The immigration process was quick and painless. Then the boarder guard asks for an entry fee, which there is no entry fee for Guatemala, however if you don't pay the boarder guard won't let you enter. So I paid the $5BZ fee. New stamp for the passport...YAY!! Just prior to ...
... were very positive. We were dropped off the bus and we set off in search of accommodation. We had been recommended Los Amigos but when we found it the only room available was a tree house with 2 walls. Given that we usually prefer 4 walls....we went in search of more options! We found a nice place not far away, Mirador Del Lago. It was a pretty long day on the road so all we managed that night was dinner and a couple ...
... were lucky to spot several of the noisy howler monkeys swinging high up in the upper canopy, pizotes / coati (a racoon-like animal) and even at a distant the exotic toucan bird.
The emphasis was on height when creating these ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility