Hotel El Tino

Address: 4 Ave 10-52, Zona 1, Izabal, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 4 Ave 10-52, Zona 1, Izabal.
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      Travel Blogs from Izabal

      Such a long day

      A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 26, 2014

      ... platform you could see the relief on the drivers and Diego's face that we'd actually made it. Our final mode of transport was a small fishing boat which took about 10 mins just up the marina to group of small wooden huts. It was dark by this time so we couldn't really see what was there so I'll post some pics tomorrow once we've seen it in day light. Hopefully going horse riding tomorrow to do some exploring. The journey awaits ...

      Fun house

      A travel blog entry by tillykitch on Jun 19, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... which everyone really enjoyed but I wasn't such a fan because it made it smell like **** (sorry mum I mean wee-wee). When we got back we swam in the river by our accommodation even though there have been apparent reports of 17 foot alligators!! I jumped of the top of a little doorway bit at the end of the pier which was really scary but I loved it. Last night we got another bottle of rum to share with the group and played some drinking games in ...

      Guatemala City - Rio Dulce - Livingston - La Ceiba

      A travel blog entry by skyenichol on May 30, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... chicken buses exclusively for the last few months being on a nice bus for the long journey to Rio Dulce was not the comfort I expected. I actually found that time on chicken buses passes more quickly because you are nursing your bags, holding on to railings with all your strength so as not to smack into the person next to you as you hurtle around mountainous bends, ever vigilant about Joel’s pack of equipment ...

      Rio Dulce - we will be back!

      A travel blog entry by ecschultz on Feb 09, 2014

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... Spain loaded with stuff from the New World. The fort has been wonderfully restored and the grounds were spotless. It cost $3 each to enter.

      That afternoon we walked to town – a very long and hot 30 minutes. We stocked up on water, beer and a few yummies from the Supermarket so we weren't beholden to the Hotel/Restaurant. However, we did have some wonderful cheeseburgers and fries (again) that night. There is a large boating community here and they have a ...

      Guatemalan Musical Bus Chairs

      A travel blog entry by doove on Feb 03, 2014

      39 photos

      Well my arrival into Guatemala wasn't as exactly spectacular as I would have hoped or expected. I left the dumphole of Punta Gorda (Loada ****) in Belize on what was called a boat but I’m pretty sure I could build a better one. When the woman showed us to where we needed to get on we were like haha yeh right… ohhhhh, you’re actually being serious!

      Fortunately I’d met some guys – Daffyd, Nico and Mark – that were just as ...