Hotel Salvador Gaviota

Aldea Quehueche, Livingston, 18002, Guatemala | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jun 28, 2014

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... good week and again my spanish is even better. It's been a month now and everytime I have had a shower I have been mildy electrocuted. I have tested every method but nothing seems to work. It's a interesting way to wake up and will be weird when I get in someone else's shower and don't get the shock... Dam you electric water heads.

It's now Saturday morning and I have a wedding to go to in afew hours haha but no stress ma it's not mine.... Or is it ?


Down the River

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 25, 2014

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... The river is extremely wide in places, to the point, it's almost the size of a lake (what constitutes a river?) so it seemed like we took a detour to Flower island. This small island was surrounded by thousands of water lily's. The island was inhabited by people seemingly living their traditional lives with houses on stilts over the water and wooden canoes for fishing.

The next stop on our trip was ...


A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 29, 2014

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... strict diabetic diet. With the types of foods that Guatemalans eat on a daily basis, it's ***********trol diabetes. Sweet bread, tortillas and rice are eaten for most, if not every meal. Many Guatemalans don't see anything wrong with eating their bread if it's only one...two...three small rolls. Many Guatemalans don't think about the amount of carbs that they intake at each meal. There is obviously a lack of education when it comes to preventing diseases ...

The middle of nowhere...

A travel blog entry by mcdermk7 on Jan 17, 2014

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... a BBQ buffet. We were chatting to a few English lads over dinner who are doing pretty much the same trip as us. But after being squashed like sardines all day it was early to bed! Day 20, Saturday 18 January We had booked a tour to Semuc Champey and Kan'Ba Caves. Semuc Champey is a natural 300m limestone bridge, under which passes the Cahabón River. Over the bridge is a series of stepped, turquoise pools, a popular swimming attraction. The Hilux ...

A dangerous but fun day!

A travel blog entry by nloon on Sep 07, 2013

... themselves just yet, next up was the bridge jump. Would be quite similar to jumping off the old railway bridging Killorglin maybe not quite as high but pretty f*#king high! Especially as climbing up on the rails involved getting out over the short and rickety railway sleepers that were moonlighting as a bridge deck. That's where there was a bridge deck of course! Anyway after a little chat with oneself up we ...


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