Hotel Santana

Address: Beach of the West, Peten, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Beach of the West, Peten.
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      A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Dec 30, 2014

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      ... tuk and then we are finally on our way. We all go in and out of uncomfortable positions and sleeping to try and see out the trip. It's a long time until our first stop which is a good 2.5-3 hours along where we stop for a quick toilet and snack break. It's the usual convenient store with chips, cookies etc and nothing of nutritional value. I find some ham in the fridge and remember my loaf of bread in the van so we have some ham sandwiches on the next leg of the trip. We ...

      Cold, damp and hungry

      A travel blog entry by amzellen on Nov 28, 2014

      ... I will tell you now, those were the longest five minutes ever. We actually waited about 20 minutes for it to get even luke warm and then once we had got in we sat for another hour or so and by the end it was just like a kind of warm bath, really wasn't worth the wait so we ended up going back to the room and having a hot shower. At 17:00, Diego had arranged for us to get a boat around the island to see what it was like. Again very quaint little island and ...

      Tikal UNESCO World Heritage Site

      A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Nov 02, 2014

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      ... time. A few of us were up for pupusas so we climbed into a couple of tuk tuks and headed out in the dark and the rain through back streets, totally turned around but were delivered to a home in a not so quiet neighborhood somewhere in Santa Elena. There were a couple of tables and a grill in front of the home and a canopy covering the area. Hector went inside to make sure this was the ...

      Taking in Tikal

      A travel blog entry by jasonandgaryn on Oct 25, 2014

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      ... we visited, even if english wasn't the first language, many people knew the language or at least could understand it - especially in tourist areas. And if they couldn't someone who spoke fluent english would be close by. So far, here it's been different. The majority of people don't know a word of english and it's not easy to find someone who does. We can notice the effort and kindness from those we try to communicate with, but 11 months into our travel, this is ...

      Manelleadventures to Guatemala

      A travel blog entry by amanda.gwillim on Oct 16, 2014

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      ... few drinks then headed to the fire pit they had down on the river bed. People played guitar, sung songs, chatted and chilled was really cool :) Next morning we had to be ready for our big day trip tour to the caves and semuc champey by 9am! We headed off first to the caves where we had to leave behind our belongs Exocet shoes, camera and a candle!! Walking in cold rapid water led to swimming in these insane caves! One guy couldn't swim and nearly drowned a friend while trying to ...