- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... were a couple of Spanish guys who seemed like nice chaps but they didn’t speak much English and I not much Spanish. Once we were through the Salvadorian border (where they come to the bus and stamp your passports to say you have left but they took mine away for some reason so I spent a few minutes with my heart in my mouth) and into Guatemala the scenery got a whole lot more green. It was incredible. Whilst the boring grumpies on the bus were watching their ipads I had my ...
... a fuel canister which was very uncomfortable. Luckily we managed to improve this seat quite a lot thanks to different pillows during the trip. Danielle sacrificed herself for first two hours and then I switched my seat with her because I felt sorry for her and nobody else (besides her boyfriend Oscar) seemed like having a clue how uncomfortable she had to be. Before we departed some people were complaining about the additional fee; many of them actually reacted like us ...
... 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 ...
... setting of the place is unbelievable - in the middle of a huge hilly valley, just around the corner from the tiny village of Lanquin. It also boasts a pretty awesome looking infinity pool, which for some reason was green inside and annoyingly was closed the entire time we were there.
On the 9 hour shuttle bus from Antigua, I met a Canadian guy called Jamieson (great name), and as soon as we arrived we were invited to grab ...
... about it: guidebooks, travel agencies and all the people we met on the road who had already been in this country. And they all sang the praises of this place and kept saying how this was the most beautiful place they had visited during their journey: Semuc Champey.
By nature we are quite suspicious, we don’t like the unrestrained use of superlatives, and on this trip we saw many places that in terms of beauty are extremely difficult to beat. Despite this, ...