Hotel Gringo Perdido

El Remate, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from El Remate

Oh Beautiful Guatemala - We LOVE YOU!

A travel blog entry by ecschultz


... tell you it's more than it is, take your
money, give the actual lesser amount to the driver and then pocket the difference. Needless to say, I was peeved when I found out we paid a whopping $5 more than we should have. Okay, the money wasn't a big deal but it was the principal. Just another travel lesson learned.

We stayed in El Remate, about a 30 min. ride from Tikal and much closer to where the usual tourists stay in ...

Goodbye Guatemala

A travel blog entry by mel_chris


... road on a bike, he eventually found his balance and glided past us. We also caught up a party of 5 who had two armed police escorting them, we put this down to the few warnings about potential muggings. The walk took us 2 hours when we were told it was going to take 3. Of course there were also stunning views over the lake.

On Christmas morning I woke early to go to the yoga class that was on, despite promises of attendees the night ...


A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... imposing structures because the Maya believed the higher the building, the closer they were to the gods.

Around Tikal there is a lot of animal life and we were lucky to spot several of the noisy howler monkeys swinging high up in the upper canopy, pizotes / coati ...

Tikal Mayan Ruins

A travel blog entry by bteam1


Tikal has been one of the most recommended places we've heard of since travelling through Mexico. Before that though, I had never even heard of it! Having visited, I now feel th need to spread the word far and wide - this was by far the most enjoyable ruins site I have visited, and I'd include Angkor Wat in that too. It's so vast, and is scattered pleasantly through amazing jungle. If you've seen the Jungle book, ...

Long Ass-Bumping to Semuc

A travel blog entry by samlocke3

We left Flores this morning in a shuttle to Semuc Champey. As we passed our backpacks up to the roof to be secured, I made a joke at the state of the minibus on account of it having a very large dent and some mangled metal at the front. Turns out one should not joke about these things as we spent the next 8 or so hours wondering when we were going to crash.

The driver was erratic to say the least and drove more like you would expect at a go-kart ...


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