Hotel Salvador Gaviota
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- Minbar in room
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Livingston
... of meats. Our 2nd night we ate at La Abadia, a very small boutique restaurant where we enjoyed our best meal in Guatemala, and probably Central America. The food was a local and international fusion of ingredients, we even enjoyed an appetiser and palate cleanser for free:-) Shaun and I shared our meals, as always, one being grouper fish and the other being steak with prawns, yummy! Dessert was also very good, we shared a deconstructed cheesecake, very classy for Guatemala, ...
... while laughing nervously, the rushing water wrenched my hands loose of the rocks, and I plunged several feet into a pool of water. When I came up for air I was still in the waterfall, which caused several moments of sheer panic, but I did survive.
After the caves, we did the rope swing and some cliff jumps into the river, which left me with the pictured bruise from hitting the water so hard ("the water is low today," ...
... to find the Immigration office to get out stamps. There as no border patrol, fences or signage to indicate where the tourists had to go. You can easily see how the drugs move up the Caribbean coast quite trouble free with a few handouts/bribes to any border patrols who may be in the area. Luckily we weren't packing any drugs or guns so the immigration officer was happy to accept us into Guatemala. We had to take another small launch to our destination for the evening, Livingston. ...
... restaurant we went to socialize with the others. In last few weeks we felt a little bit lonely because we hadnīt met many backpackers with whom we could spend some quality time. It was obviously our fault resulting from the fact that we always preferred to stay in cheaper places than to pay a bit more for a hostel recommended in all guidebooks. Guatemala was great in this sense because there were a lot of people making exactly the same trip like us, starting in Mexico ...
... English double to a million jobs in Mexico no less than 2 hours after sending the first email a manager from one of the hostels added me on Facebook and said "Hey mate I went to Caulfield Grammer School too... I think the school tie is gonna get you over the line on this one"......this really is a very small world, so small that I randomly sent an email to hostel on the other side of the world that specifically says "females from Europe ...