Hotel el Arca de Noe
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
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... around either Cambridge where I grew up, or Leeds where I have lived for the past eight years. I don’t think “Er, this is the university where I did some learning and, er, this is a park that I like to walk around and, er, these ruins are my favourite place to go and think” would really cut it. So I have been inspired to find out more about my own heritage. After all I’ve met plenty of people around the world who I have offered a place to rest their ...
... caves. We had to duck under the water to reach air pockets big enough for your head only. Pretty safe as you could touch the floor easily and was only a few metres from the main pool. We then followed him around for a few metres in gaps just about big enough for your head, some parts just enough to have you face out of the water to breathe. At the end he showed us the way out, where we had to swim under for a couple of seconds to emerge back into the pool. I was ...
... Arriviamo alle 7 di sera e scopriamo che il nostro ostello e’ su un fiume, per cui ci immergiamo nell’acqua fresco.
La grande attrazione qui e’ questo remote posto chiamato Semuc Champey: 350 metri di piscine naturali di acqua fresca create sul fiume Cahabon. Iniziamo la giornata seguente con una camminata in cima per vedere dall’alto queste "piscine" create dalla natura, ...
... picturesque, but Atitlán is Como with additional embellishments of several immense volcanoes. It really is too much of a good thing." I was told by someone on Sunday at Earth Lodge, "It's more beautiful than all the descriptions" They are both right. It's beauty has a mystical air and there is something indescribable about it. There is a quiet peace and serenity. I guess I feel this way as my hotel is an "Eco-chic" hotel. It is located at the lake, ...
... follow the path for 5 mins before the first decision has to be made – Mirador (look out) or Pozas (I’m guessing that means pool). We chose the deficil 1.2km hike up to the Mirador where the terrain ranged from rocky paths to wooden planks to steep rocky stairs. Needless to say we were dripping sweat by the time we got to the top (humidity and climbing up stuff will do that to you). Again the reward made the sweat worth it. We got a bird’s eye view of the ...