La Lancha Lodge
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... we met before they headed off to Rio Dulce and then we went to book our nights accommodation at Los Amigos which got a private room for four people as that's all they had available . We ended up hiring a canoe for three of us for four hours and paddled around trying to find this rope swing we realized we where heading the wrong way so we paddled back and ended up finding this water slides that where no longer being used the water looked like it had run for a while now if was ...
Today we are leaving Mexico and travelling to Flores in Guatemala which should take around 10 hours. We were supposed to be getting picked up bright and early at 6am, but at 7am we were still sitting at the side of the road! When our transport finally arrived the man said 'a million apologies but I was sleeping', at least he was honest I suppose! After a couple of hours driving we went into a little building at the side of the road, had ...
On Friday the 3rd. I took some final shots on the way out of Antigua and on the way back to Guatemala City where I got the plane to Flores. Werner my dependable driver came from Guatemala City to get me and delivered me back to Guatemala City with plenty of time to catch my plane to Flores. We had to slow down and pull over for a huge group of dignitaries along the highway. We think it was a Japanese delegation. Some of the cars had the Japanese flag on them. There ...
... to the action. But I didn't realise the place I was staying was going to have very loud 'music' (again, using the term loosely) playing until 1am.
I ventured into town to have a look around, it was bedlam. The town consists of one main street which was busy with slow moving traffic. People were blowing whistles and plastic horns, and car, bus, and truck horns were also going off. As I said; bedlam. It was also ...
... tallest of the lot, for some amazing views out into the jungle and across the rest of the site. Jamieson had kindly bought a hip flask of rum to mark the occasion, so we all obliged when we reached the top.
That afternoon, we all booked our onward transport to various different places in Mexico and Guatemala, heading off on the rest of our travels. We had a really cool little group, and it was pretty sad to all split off. Obviously (again), we hit the bar that ...