Hotel y Restaurante El Peregrino

Address: Calle Reforma, Casa No 3, Flores, 17001, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Calle Reforma, Casa No 3, Flores.
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        Travel Blogs from Flores

        Flores, Guatemala

        A travel blog entry by twintravelca on Aug 21, 2015

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        On the way to Flores we were stopped by the Police to check we weren't smuggling any fruit or vegetables into the next county. Unknown to our guide most of us had apples or avocados or limes and we had to hide them up our tops or under the chairs in order for them not to be confiscated! Eventually we arrived in Flores, a small island in the middle of lake Peten Itza. Our hotel was gorgeous and had a pool and air conditioning!! We ...

        Flores, Guatemala

        A travel blog entry by teamsharry on Aug 16, 2015

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        We caught yet another shuttle from Lanquin to Flores. Although cramped and hot, we are well and truly used to travelling uncomfortably for hours on end! We even stopped off at a petrol station where our driver showed us where we could purchase a gun if we wanted ��! Although we passed up the offer, a Japanese girl on our shuttle bought some serious looking pepper spray as she had already been mugged twice on her trip. Poor thing..... but ...

        Guat's up?! Fucking tarantulas, that's what.

        A travel blog entry by charlaisy on Apr 12, 2015

        ... girl but THEN the tour guide spotted her and started moving in her direction with said tarantula in hand. At which point, she stumbled down the hill crying. Tour guide got the message, thankfully. However, Daisy was now not interested in any jungle wildlife which was pointed out and tried to avoid trees, as that's where tarantulas live, which is difficult in the jungle. Charlotte kept to the front and ushered her past ...

        Semuc Champey

        A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Mar 23, 2015

        ... Unlike a lot of height related stuff I've done, you have a personal responsibility. Let go too soon or too late and find yourself dashed against the rocks. I did neither but so concerned with letting go my entry into the water was less than graceful as I crashed into it flopping on my side.

        The activities were completed on a nearby bridge jump. It is 12m high, and once you've climbed the side can add an extra metre to that. Walking across it was ...

        Flores and Tikal

        A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Mar 13, 2015

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        ... our Spanish from spending our last 10 days or so in English speaking Belize, we somehow managed to get settled in our room and headed out for a bite to eat.
        What a gem of a town Flores turned out to be! It could have been taken straight out of Europe, and in many ways I suppose it was. Set on an island in Lago Peten Itza, it was the site of one of the last Mayan centres in the area to be conquered by the Spanish in 1697. At the time it was covered ...