Hotel Salvador Gaviota

Address: Aldea Quehueche, Livingston, 18002, Guatemala | Hotel
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      Semuc champey - zephyr lodge

      A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Aug 24, 2014

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      ... I better quit while I was ahead after that semi heart attack. Wednesday we did a Semuc Champey tour which was awesome. We started the day with swimming through pitch black caves holding candles for light... Swimming and holding a candle is as ridiculous as you can imagine. After about an hour of swimming and wading through the water we got to a tiny but deep pool and did some cave diving before we started heading out. Semuc has a notoriously big rope swing ...

      Chillin' in Lanquin

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on May 04, 2014

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      ... follow the path for 5 mins before the first decision has to be made – Mirador (look out) or Pozas (I’m guessing that means pool). We chose the deficil 1.2km hike up to the Mirador where the terrain ranged from rocky paths to wooden planks to steep rocky stairs. Needless to say we were dripping sweat by the time we got to the top (humidity and climbing up stuff will do that to you). Again the reward made the sweat worth it. We got a bird’s eye view of the ...

      Doña Grissda Maldonata

      A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 24, 2014

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      ... the richness of the language and I love the sounds of my words (when I pronounce them correctly) and the way that my mouth moves as I pronounce them. The Spanish language is so suave, subtle and romantic; it's impossible not to fall in love with it.
      My 1st meal would be like my subsequent meals for the next 5 days. It consisted of beans and fried bananitos (small bananas). I could eat fried bananas all day everyday, but I'm not used to eating beans ...

      The Craziest of Crazy

      A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz on Dec 19, 2013

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      ... to deep to touch the bottom or even really know what's under us for that matter. We climbed waterfalls by a knotted rope as water rushed over the edge with great force to the pool below, and jumped into pools after scaling the side of the cliff inside the dark caves to get high enough to jump.

      Finally we reached the point of return, the return to the safe outside world. With only one last crazy, obscene thing to do..slide down through ...

      Lanquin (Samuc Champney)

      A travel blog entry by hanpanda on Jul 27, 2013

      We got on the 8am bus on Saturday morning, the shuttle bus was not air conditioned which finally confirmed to us that we had 100% been conned by Edy the ********. The journey was really quite unpleasant, I needed to pee from like 30 mins in and the journey was about 7 hours long. As we got closer to lanquin the road got so bumpy and gravelly and I felt like the bus was going to fall down the hill. I hadn't realised until this trip how much of a scaredy cat I ...