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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Meal plan
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... owner also had a restaurant in Venezuela but they had come to Coban as this country has huge issues at the moment.
The next morning we were in the car again to Lanquin where we would park the car up and catch a pick up truck to Semuc Champey. We paid 25 quetzals each (£2) to enjoy a hair raising drive down the mountain to Semuc. At times it was very bumpy and steep so holding on tight was essential, all part of the experience :-) However, the views were spectacular ...
... him to show off even more, gathering quite the little crowd. I was there for some time until I had to go and catch my bus out the front (Oh hi again Spanish guys!) The bus took me to a little town called Panajanchel on Lake Atitlan. It was so misty when I arrived that I couldn’t see much of the lake at all. I wandered along the front and up and down some of the streets, found somewhere to eat then headed back to the hostel I was staying at when it started to get dark. That ...
... light as we arrived really late and we needed to settle down and eat. El Portal looked like a cool place to stay.
November 3, 2014
Since we weren“t sure if to go to Semuc Champey with a guide or explore it by ourselves we had to get up earlier and make the final decision in the morning before 10.00 when the tour was supposed to begin. I woke up at 8.00 and went to take a shower which was a brave act considering the water was extremely cold. In ...
... hanging in wisps down into the deep valleys below us. A number of differences noticed almost immediately about our new country. The area we are riding through appears much poorer than just the other side of the border. Housing made of wood many just seem to be clinging to the mountain side. The road quality was ok but many potholes to negotiate. Land slides appear quite common. Topes ...
... by asking as many questions as I could about their relationship. It was the first time I had seen Natalie nervous and embarrassed and now I have more secret information in the family. Last night we all went out for goodbye drinks for 2 students and took advantage of the 50c bottled beers, shots and vodkas. We drank far too much and utilised the deal far too efficiently but knew that we had a memorable night when 2 of the teachers were kicked out for ...