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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mango Tela
Hit a free upgrade! Awesome pool but had no real common room or no kitchen facilities!
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VIVA MEXICO.... Caught the last train to the airport from Vancouver, the canada line is perfect to get to and from! Slept at the airport till a 4am check in a quick layover in Los Angeles enough to grab a quick beer at one of there many waterholes! Landing in Cancun we had to pass through customs and then from there we had to find a bus. There …
... paddles and doing high five.
Once we reached the point where the Jungle River Lodge was situated, we parked our rafts and climbed one of the cliffs towering above the Cangrejal River, right in front of our lodge. We were supposed to get to know only a 7-kilometer section of the Cangrejal River, meaning that the tour would be too short. Hence, our guides tried to make it more colorful. Besides floating down the river through easier rapids we also enjoyed ...
After all the fanfare and fuss, the police dumped the belongings of the Garifuna somewhere along the road leading towards the highway. Then the police and the army left. They simply felt they had done their job for the day terrorizing the community and they left.
The Garifuna shook their heads, went and picked up their belongings and returned to their little hut homes and that is where they still are today. The children are traumatized, for ...
... hands with us and wish us bon voyage. The owner even accompanied us most of the way back to the hotel, claiming that the streets of Tela were not safe at night.
Tela was clearly the sort of place that would grow on you and we felt we hadn’t really done it justice in the time we had spent there but on Wednesday we were going to Honduras’s main beach resort, Roatan in the Bay Islands, where we were going to put down roots for 5 days.
... an older local who lived in the area. The first part of the hike we had to cross the river to start the hike on the other side. There weren´t really rapids where we crossed, but the river current can be deceiving! We waded through up to our waist, and Alejandro would go out a little and then throw us a rope to help pull us along. We were pretty impressed because he was smaller than both of us, but strong enough to help pull us. And that was only the first ...