Hotel Gringo Perdido

El Remate, Guatemala | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from El Remate

Last stop - El Remate

A travel blog entry by heinzdora


... and I were ushered out of the bus and on to the street and instructed to take a tuk tuk to the bus terminal to get on the next bus to our hostel. The little tuk tuk takes us about 100m (and charges us 5 quetzales each) and tells us that the bus terminal is through the markets. We lug our backpacks through the markets to find lots and lots of people yelling various places. Hinesh finds one going to El Remate and we are seated at the front with the driver and ...

Tikal temples

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak


... of the towers of 3 other massive ruins through the thick canopy of the jungle. Being scared of heights was a challenge as always being so high up and without handrails standing on top of the massive temple IV. But oh the view. There were so many beautiful birds too. We saw woodpeckers, toucans, falcons, kingfishers and hummingbirds. Samuel was a "birder" so was really great at sighting the birds and had a bird book and binoculars. Of course I have ...

Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by vclench


... by standing in the back on an open truck, or at least doing your best to stay standing as you bump your way along a rocky, mountain track. You engage every muscle in your body to hold yourself steady, and risk falling over if you remove one hand from the rail in order to take a photo. Dust and grit are blown into your face from the trail of the truck in front of you. At least you know you can wash it off in the waters again.

Semuc Champey is a natural limestone ...

Oh Beautiful Guatemala - We LOVE YOU!

A travel blog entry by ecschultz


... was lovely – right on the Peten Itza lake and again, mostly locals. Pigs, dogs, horses, chickens wandering around; kids swimming in the lake, and good cheap food. But I must say, I am a bit sick of chicken, rice and beans. Our 2nd night there we splurged and had 2 cheeseburgers and fries : )

Tikal was awesome. Way better, in my opinion than Chichen Itza. It is not inundated with tourists, it is in the jungle, and ...

Goodbye Guatemala

A travel blog entry by mel_chris


... then onto Guatemala City airport for our flight to Columbia. After packing up yet again, we crashed out at a reasonable hour. It was a somewhat sleepless night due to itchy bites, heat and the awareness of a flight to catch, morning eventually came and we rose. We then found ourselves waiting 50 minutes for our ride. Eventually we made it to the airport with plenty of time for our flight and made it safely to Bogata, the capital of Columbia!


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