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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      Must we leave this awesome island

      A travel blog entry by hils80 on Oct 26, 2014

      ... got taken to mirador hotel and decided to take twin room over looking lake - really pretty. We booked Tikal trip and bus to lanquin for Tuesday to go to Semuc champey which heard great things about, tried to contact banks to tell them I'm in Guatemala, couldn't get into nationwide but when went to another ATM my Santander card worked - strange. Had yummy mojitos in hotel and had pasta with free glass of wine. Early start tomorrow, getting picked up at ...

      Flores and Tikal, Guatemala

      A travel blog entry by fourontour on Jul 14, 2014

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      ... arranged for us to ride in the back of a ute so we didn't have to walk as far initially and so see a bit more. It seems you can end up walking about 10km if you go to all the sites. Dylan - we saw a snake which mum almost stepped on at Tikal, coiled up on the track. Tikal was awesome. My favourite parts were climbing Temple IV and the trip in the back of the ute. Drew - the best thing at Tikal was the tarantula. He did a poo on Carlos' arm! The ride in the back of the ute was ...

      Days 31 - 38 Flores (Guatemala)

      A travel blog entry by charliemclean on Apr 25, 2014

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      ... into the jungle. We were lucky enough to be able to talk to the head archeologist, a lovely Greek lady that reminded me of Jeanne O'Malley for some reason. She was very informative and answered our barrage of questions about how and why they dig in certain spots and what they are hoping to find etc. Day two was a 30km hike along "El ruta Maya" - the Mayan route, a raised flat raid that the Mayans built between El Tintal and El Mirador. El Mirador is one of the largest ...


      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 22, 2014

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      ... that resembled lumpy wallpaper paste with a bit of cinnamon sprinkled on top. As it turned out, it was a deliciously tasting type of porridge and very filling too. Maria's fruit bowl was exactly that - there was enough fruit, and variety, to feed a family of four. With bottomless coffees, huge meals and time on hands, we eventually rolled out the restaurant over an hour ...

      Ruins in the rainforest

      A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Apr 16, 2014

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      ... street corner without spotting one or the other. Tikal had them at every ruin. Flores on every street corner. And the airport everywhere you looked. The airport was very small - just one room to sit! I arrived at 6pm ready for my 8pm flight. Probably didn't need to be here so early!! The plane was a fairly small propellor plane. We took off on time for the hour hop to Guatemala City. I could have taken the night bus - but I couldn't be bothered. And ...