Hotel El Recreo Lanquin Champey

Address: Lanquin, Guatemala | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Lanquin

    Yo quiero ver un quetzal/I want to see a quetzal

    A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 31, 2015

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    ... that we make it in one piece. Upon arrival at the hotel, Rueben and family readjust seating arrangements and I make my way into the hotel for check in. There is much flipping of pages, checking of the computer, another book is flipped through. They ask to see my phone for the reservation. "Is there a problem?" This is leading to a general overall feeling of disorganization. When I booked through it said the hotel would contact me. They didn't. I glance over ...

    Do you know the way to Semuc Champy?

    A travel blog entry by fancythat on Jul 14, 2015

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    So, being told to be 15 minutes early for my pickup, by the ticket seller and being my mother's son, I was there 25 minutes early, outside waiting at 7:35 am. The tour operator was on Guate time, and arrived at 8:40 am. My apartamento is on the way out of town, so I was expecting to be the last one picked up. When I got on, 16 people were already on board. I was the get on in Antigua. Oh yeah, the shuttle service has taken a page from the "How to build an Airplane - ...

    Stop. Hammock time!

    A travel blog entry by swandawg on Feb 12, 2015

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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 ...

    Kids and beer

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Nov 13, 2014

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    Beard Swimming, like driving, isn't one of my fortes. It's a skill I learned late in life, but the pleasant waters of Latin America have provided ample opportunities to practice my stroke. Demonstrating my expertise behind the wheel has been far less recurrent, thankfully. Despite my improvement in the drink, taking to the dark, cold, disconcerting waters in the caves of Semuc Champey, generated a lump in the throat. It's in these scary, echoic holes in the ground where only the ...

    Guatemala - Semuc Champey

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 03, 2014

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    ... because of poor road conditions. Letīs say that weīre talking about 8 hours.

    On the 2nd of November we woke up early, got our things ready and at 8.00 we were already waiting for a minibus to pick us up. We didnīt even have breakfast because we were worried about being late. We figured that we were going to stop to have something to eat on the way to Semuc Champey. We regretted our decision later…

    Nobody showed up until 9.15 when a ...