Hotel Jardines del Centro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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This Blog: An amazing month in Mexico with Alya, ticking all the boxes for what is expected of a great Mexican backpacking adventure; exploring many Mayan ruins, beautiful Caribbean beaches, old colonial cities, awesome food, unreal cave diving and diving with monster fish . We did not find our highlights on the standard Lonely Planet route, hitch hiked most of the way and travelled this awesome country below our target budget of $20 (R240) each per day.
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... but told me it was probably good I skipped it if my stomach still wasn't 100%, because the boat ride was apparently very bumpy. I had a rest and a shower, and met back up with everyone around 7pm for dinner. We kinda-sorta-accidentally ended up at this organic vegetarian restaurant with live music and a great rooftop garden. The food was delicious, and us mostly-vegetarian folk were happy, though a couple of the others would've preferred a ...
... we ate at had a sort of salsa salad bar, where you could pick and choose chillis, sauces and vegetables to add to your meal. Obviously I tried the habanero sauce, which nearly blew my head off. We decided to go and by a bottle of ‘El Jimador’ tequila to have as a nightcap back in the hotel courtyard. It went down surprisingly well, even without lime & salt. Supposedly the national drink of Guatemala is Rum. ...
Got woken up at 6.30am by people chatting away loudly on my floor (shut up!!!!!!!!!). Mild hangover solved by an awesome cappuccino next door and off to the Sumidero canyon! We got on a pretty crowded motorboat and we headed down Grijalva River. The guide could not speak any English....definitely a minus point! The canyons were beautiful but not that spectacular..we ...
... run by guerrillas who accept payment for food with a donation of skills. Apparently their pizzas are amazing because one man did exactly that and taught them how to make proper pizza. We paid with money though... So nice to have simple eggs on toast and a delicious coffee! And so cheap!! Only £1.50! We saw a bit of the protest when it went through the road we were on. Apparently it is against the education reform - they ...