Hotel Palacio Chico 1940
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... were fighting because Dayne refused to follow the rules and be a baby. Eli was hitting on me and another girl named Alice. Tom and Hannah were just canoodiling the whole time. And they were all high on coke. It was lame. To be fair, Jack actually really surprised me and apologized about the whole coke thing and said he was embarrassed of his friends. From the time I met him to now, he really proved himself to be cooler than I initially thought. ...
... search... our guide admitted that things are a bit behind the times there as they let us take water on board. No electronic equipment in sight apart from the X ray machine. Our visit to the World Heritage sit of Tikal was pretty incredible and it is always difficult to do justice to monuments of these proportions with words. Our guide was an young archaeologist who said he could make more money guiding than digging for ...
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The owner, Lorenzo Gottschamer, a 74-year-old retired fireman for northern California greets us. He has been living in Central America since the late 1970’s, first in Costa Rica and now he calls Guatemala home. As he talks about his farm he shows his passion for the environment, his farm and his dream to help ...
... the jungle mountain peaks surrounding them was more magical than David Copperfield. Instead of staying in Lanquin and having to get a truck ride to Semuc, we stayed in an Israeli owned hostel just a few minutes walk to the reserve. Here we had our first real experience with the infamously known Israeli backpackers that out number any other nationality in Central America. They are the rudest pack of twerps I have ever encountered, (even though they invited me to play volley ...
... beautiful and probably the most photogenic place we have been to so it is with a very heavy heart that I had to stay in bed all dwe have to wait ay With Guatemalan guts. Very few photos and yet a splendid memory of the statues in my room. We have to use a new means of transport tomorrow as Betsy has problems with her radiator so that story should unfold over the next few days. Feeling weak and wobbly and an early start tomorrow at 5.30 so night night. Love to all. ...