Hotel Casona del Lago
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Casona del Lago Flores
Our first accomodation fell through and we ended up driving around and found this beautiful little hotel right on the lake in Flores. Clean, pretty with a stunning view - what else could you want? It was under $50 Aus per night and the staff were lovely and very helpful.
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... above us. We had a good feeling about the day.
Our friendly guide led the sizeable group of 22 to the first spot on the tour, a manmade lake where we later spotted turtles, and explained to us that the Mayans that settled at Tikal build a myriad of quarries, canals and water channels to effectively capture water. We continued down to the path toward a skyscraper-tall ceiba tree (the tree of life to the Mayans) and spotted a pair of guatins sniffing around for food in the ...
... well once we got there) I had to use the bathroom so badly. Like so badly. Like I was going to explode in my pants if you know what I mean. So I ran off to find the bathroom that the tour guy gave me directions too but I wasn't going to make it. So as soon as people were out of sight I booked it into the trees to do my business. Guatemalan living? Or backpack living? I don't know. But welcome to my life. anyways the rest of the tour was cool, we saw some amazing ruins, ...
We were back on the road again but this time only enduring a short 30 minute drive. Once at the entrance it was a very slow 20 minute drive to the ruins. When we arrived the place was already pretty busy but we soon learnt this didn't matter as the site of the ruins were massive! It took us about 3 hours to walk around the ruins, they were incredible. Far superior to Chitchen Itza, which I visited in Mexico. The ruins were made up of a ...
... hostel. I was postponing booking my Tikal trip tomorrow to see what his plans are. He's always been really keen on going to check out the El Mirador ruins close to the Mexico border. By mass (not height) the world's biggest pyramid is up there. I'm not going because it's a five day hike. Over flat ground, and there'll be mules to carry your stuff admittedly but I am still far too hiked out to even consider it. Robin however has found a few ...
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* Actually, this isn't true. It took the concerted effort of 6 of us to get some other tourists to shut up. Next time you're a tourist, please don't share your concerns about crime in Mexico when you're sharing a UNSECO Heritage site sunrise ...