Mansion del Rio
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... forest into open fields, we felt the full extent of the Guatemalan heat and were all sweating from every surface within minutes! Our first stop was to a set of hanging bridges. Dangling precariously over deep jungle valleys, the bridges swung through the trees, passing huge plants with 20m high fern style leaves. Getting back on Larry we started walking to our next stop of a old fort, giving fantastic views of the surrounding river and forest, all the way to the ...
Feeling that we hadn't made the most of the camping equipment we've been lugging around for the last 4 months, we decided to stay in our hammocks. Who cares that this is Livingston, a jungle paradise swarming with insects? Daisy's just bought a mosquito net. We set up camp and realised we were getting eaten alive by ants, and then saw that the holes in the floor were filled with crabs! Needless to say this was a stupid decision and a very ...
... straight down to Rio Dulce through the green, verdant, rolling hills of Eastern Guatemala. I had envisaged a more complicated journey, one that may take us round the houses, or maybe involving a change of transport or two, but we wouldn't have got there any quicker had we taken a taxi.
The minivan dropped us off at a boat shed in Rio Dulce. I backtracked up the busy street, Easter bringing out the crowds again, in search of a shop to ...
... you company but had decided to sleep in for the day. Some of the guys we spent the day with hadn't experienced the local minibuses across Central America. The last bus home was particularly full so you could Imagine their amazement when the 12 seater filled to 29 people which included me and 2 others sitting on the roof. That night back at the Roo we enjoyed a few stories with the Gary over his time in Guatemala. He had been there for about 7 years and has watched ...
I am pretty sure I know which one I am going to do but every day I have a different idea. The order of priority that I have put them in is; 1. Guatemala 2. Colombia 3.Bolivia. I aim to work in Guatemala for three months and then move to Colombia for an amount of time that feels right and then move on to Bolivia. Who knows what may happen in the meantime.
For now though, I have left Guatemala and I am currently sitting in Utila in the Bay ...