Hotel Villa Margarita
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Margarita Flores
We arrived in flores with nowhere to stay, so we ran into a tour agency who kindly showed us a couple of places. This place was perfect for our first night, we were tired, hot and bothered and the room had aircon and a tv. The owner was nice and helpful and he helped us book a return trip to Tikal. A good hotel right in Flores.
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... with them we were free to go on our way, even getting a friendly wave from one of the meanest looking policemen I've ever seen. Needless to say we were very glad, thankful and a little amazed to make it to Flores safely. Lesson learnt, always ask to see the vehicle before accepting a lift anywhere! I won't be caught out like that again. Once the nerves had settled we found our hotel, dumped the bags and headed out to explore the area. Flores itself is a tiny, pretty ...
First border crossing!! After borer crossings in Asia I just guessed it would be a long affair surprisingly it wasn't! Just rocked up at a building got stamped out of Mexico surprisingly the immigration guy remembered Kelly from when she crossed the border some 15 weeks ago) such a memorable face!!). Collected our bags and walked down to the river onto a boat, which brought back memories of Laos, now we are in Guatemala!!! Still about a half ...
This blog post is very descriptive and its annoying me, but its almost over because Rio Dulce was the last stop on my whirlwind of this country that I have grown to love so much. I was excited to go back to Xela. I found that as a 'backpacker', although I was in the same country, I actually missed Guatemalan culture. I missed hanging out with Guatemalans, and I missed my little life in Xela. It really became clear to me that I don't really like ...
... were on and I thought we may get stuck. A local villager jumped on the back of our van to help us and we slowly went through where the barricade was. I looked behind and saw as soon as we went through, they put the roadblock back, closing the road, but about a minute later, they had opened it for the van behind us. I have no idea what they were discussing in their meeting and what the point of this entire exercise was!
When we got to the end of the detour, there ...
... back into the wild. Back home in Santiago, David and I decided to adopt an ocelot in the Belize Zoo through its website. We know we will probably not go back there but wanted to support this important initiative.
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