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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Travel Blogs from Izabal
... back, but then you get exposed to all the dust thrown up by the trucks in front of us. I had taken my cap off as I've lost enough already and didn't want to lose that to the wind. Having taken off my cap and standing up being subject to the wind we reach Rio Dulce with me having bouffant hair and dust all on one side of my face, not a good look!! Kirsty has faired better, no bouffant but she is covered in dirt too.
Back in town we do a spot of shopping, ...
... after seeing guards armed with rifles at several stops on our trip, it pretty much seems normal. Staying 2 nights at Hacienda Tijax which is quite cool as it's right on the water and there are wooden walkways to get around. Just across from us the longest bridge in Central America at 900m. Tomorrow, I will attempt to catch a sunrise from here ...
... 2/3 hours. We got back to the lodge which I now remember to be called Hacienda Tijax and it's still so cool how it's been built above the mangroves. Dinner was hamburger and fries, yes it was the cheapest on the menu so I was happy. Chatted some more after dinner and headed to bed. Going to Flores tomorrow. The journey awaits x And I got my laundry done and it was still warm when I picked it up! Such a nice feeling ...
We arrived in Izabal Guatemala and caught a small little speed boat across the river to our very exciting accommodation. In this place all the single female travellers including me and Molly were sharing one cabin which had separate mesh cages as rooms for us to be in. It was all made out of bamboo wood and had a really cute tiny staircase up to our second floor as well as 2 bathrooms and a little living area. There was a restaurant that made really ...
... every night and at the moment while we are extremely short on volunteers it means that we are all sleeping in their houses at least every other night.
The volunteers are split into 4 groups and placed evenly between the groups of children. I am with the big girls which many people say is the hardest group. This is definitely not something I am going to disregard. But every group is hard in its own right. I, however have ...