Hotel El Recreo Lanquin Champey

Address: Lanquin, Guatemala | Hotel
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      Travel Blogs from Lanquin

      If the internet isn't working jump in the river!!!

      A travel blog entry by mybackpackandme on Jan 17, 2015

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      Lanquin is pretty much in the middle of nowhere, the road to here is ridiculous, it took about an hour and half to complete fifteen kilometres! This included an extremely hilarious emergency au natural toilet stop at the side of the road! No wifi in this hostel (hence the title!), it is set on the riverside and is just so beautiful, there is something about moving water that I can just sit and watch for ...

      Guatemala - Semuc Champey

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

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      ... the end of that day I knew for sure that my time on the road was over and I was ready to go home.

      We reached El Portal 45 minutes later, checked in and got a nice room in a wooden hut right above the Cahabon River. We were very tired but before we went to bed we had something to eat. Then we stayed in the restaurant for a while, talking to fellow travelers. The power was usually supplied between 18.00 and 22.00; however, that night they gave us almost 2 extra ...

      3 nights in Zephyr

      A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Jul 26, 2014

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      ... full of water about 5 minutes away. Swimming is not my strong point, so the idea of swimming through a load of caves - by candlelight - was a little bit terrfying. I got on with it, and managed to not die. On the whole, a big success. It was very cool inside, and we had to swim and walk through various trenches and waterfalls. That evening, we got a little more drunk, but managed to get an early night in. On to Flores, ready for Tikal.

      Semuc Champey

      A travel blog entry by ivoyvonne on Jun 27, 2014

      29 photos

      ... t comfortable at all. We shared four seats between 5 people, the rest stood and some were hanging out of the door, just holding on to a handle while driving along a cliff. And one person on top of the bus (at least he had space). The guy next to Ivo discovered after a while that Ivos shoulder would make a perfect pillow and no matter how hard Ivo tried he stuck to this idea. Although everything hurt at the end, and some swearing at the beginning, it was funny. ...


      A travel blog entry by -ninavale- on May 04, 2014

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      ... surrounded the truck in the hope to sell some home-made chocolate.
      And now the final question: was it worth the trip, the flood, the cattle trucks, the landslide and the money spent to get here? First I should probably explain what the hell Semuc Champey is: it’s a limestone bridge above an underground river in the middle of the jungle, a series of natural pools of crystalline water with a creek that passes under it in a cave that has been carved out ...