Hotel Atelie del Mar
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Atelie del Mar Monte Rico
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... CPR was not needed and even though we were a little behind we still managed to see the spectacular view of the pools, get our photo taken and then head down for a much needed swim in the pools. It was so amazingly clear, with little fish swimming around us. We went from pool to pool very cautiously as the limestone is very slippery and then got to the end one, just in time to be told to turn back and head home. At the entrance to the reserve 11 out of the 14 of ...
... was horrific and I swear my spine was sideways. The guy next to me, and the whole back two rows for that matter where really nice, but the guy let me swith spots with him for a spell during which I literally laid down in the aisle of the bus. Even that wasn't that great since the floor was super hard and the ride was very bumpy. Eventually we made it in one piece though. And then the ...
... this bus wasn't going anywhere. We decided to check for the cab how much it would be to go to our final destination. It would be 800 quetzals, this is a lot of money but then again it's still 4-5 hours away. But we where going budget so we went back to the bus stop. There was William ( the guy who was going the same direction) waving at us that the bus was here. Ofc by the time we crossed the street the bus was packed and no one could fit. ( sometimes you wonder how ...
... half spanish and have English and is 10Q entry then winner takes all. This is a very loud and drunken night and has small side games throughout for extra points or shots. My teacher and I won 1 side game which was transporting a lime up and down about 20 meters with the lime held between our foreheads. we took the extra 3 points and In the end won the entire night and bought 5 litres of beer with the winnings. It was lucky my teacher was with me as the next ...
... women workers because they don't require maternity leave. Men are often paid more because they are deemed more productive workers than women. Professions, such as engineering, continue to be male dominated. The inequality that exists in Guatemalan between men and women is contributed to "el machismo", as many would explain, as if this explanation somehow pardoned its continuance.
Surprisingly, there is a large Asian population in Guatemala, ...