- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
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... 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 ...
... candle to help guide us through; little did we know that most of the cave was flooded i.e. we had to swim whilst holding the candle above the water! We soon came to realise that the Guatemalans have little regard for health and safety as we scrambled up slippery rocks and jumped into small pools of water from treacherous heights; we all survived with only a few scratches and it was a fantastic experience which we all loved! ...
... 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 ...
... preference and minimum age is 23" and the manager responded with a strong hint that I got the job. I now have the option of joining a party hostel in Veracruz, Mexico that wants to become the No.1 party hostel in the world and I simply have to clean for an hour a day and guide people to get drunk every night. Its a tough decision I have. Thursday we went out to a specific student bar in zone nine called "Fut and Pub" which is a pub ...
... have been more than a mission finding it in the dark. That night we kept things fairly low key. We signed up for a group trip to see Semuc Champey and some caves the following day.
We were up fairly early the following day and had some breaky before jumping on the bus for the drive in to SC. The bus ride was over some rough terrain. The driver was loving it....he had Michael Jackson cranking on repeat for the entire trip. ...