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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sun Breeze El Remate
Lovely clean room, very quiet until the cockerels started in the mornings.
Family owed and run, the owner also has a collectivo and we arranged to go to San Elena with him but he didnt turn up. He didn^t leave a message to let us know.
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... said the park was closed. We are not impressed and definitely not convinced as its raining and can't believe a lot of people would brave the conditions, especially on New Year's Eve. So the 7 of us decide to go out to the streets of Lanquin to suss out whether the park is closed. We get about 50m off the hostel grounds and a local guy called Rafa who we believe also works for Zephyr Lodge with the tours, is lurking around the corner and hits us up whether we want to go. We are ...
... at the end of a piece of rope. The guide escorted you along a ledge at the bottom of the waterfall to a ladder at the far side of it. Once up the ladder you were on an extremely precarious ledge and had to squeeze through a gap on to a complicated system of ropes and random pieces of wood to make your way over the top of the waterfall.
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... town where we stopped for the night. Our 'ferry' was a rowing boat with a motor, that took our busload of people across the river. It was very cool. Leg 10 was a super packed minibus on the way to Coban, one which showed there was no capacity limit for the bus (there were people on the roof!) The highlight was when the tyre needed to be changed in the middle of nowhere- then after a few minutes, someone ran towards ...
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-The remote, inaccessible locations that they lived in
-The lack of primary education
- Their respect for human life and their peaceful dispositions
-The Christian influence which made them passive to the abuse that they were receiving
-Their hard working behavior, which made them ideal plantation workers
-Their extreme poverty
-Their lack of political and social status
-The rich lands that they cultivated, ...