Mansion del Rio
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Swimming pool
- Adult pool
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... Little did we know. Back on the road again for a few hours, we all started to notice a smell of petrol sweeping through the van and our speed had dropped considerably. We could hear Diego talking to the driver and he assured us everything was 'okay'. We made what we thought was our last stop at a supermarket for our final snacks. About half an hour later we pulled into a petrol station where the fun began. The ...
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 ...
... 8217; is certainly the word for this place.
Lately there has been a breakout of illness and chicken pox and so the volunteers have nursed the children with a lot of care but sometimes there are really bad days and I wonder why we do it as the kids can make you feel extremely unwelcome. It’s when you get a note or a hug or a kiss or a few kind words that make it feel worth it and that you are doing a ...
... Spain loaded with stuff from the New World. The fort has been wonderfully restored and the grounds were spotless. It cost $3 each to enter.
That afternoon we walked to town – a very long and hot 30 minutes. We stocked up on water, beer and a few yummies from the Supermarket so we weren't beholden to the Hotel/Restaurant. However, we did have some wonderful cheeseburgers and fries (again) that night. There is a large boating community here and they have a ...
Well my arrival into Guatemala wasn't as exactly spectacular as I would have hoped or expected. I left the dumphole of Punta Gorda (Loada ****) in Belize on what was called a boat but I’m pretty sure I could build a better one. When the woman showed us to where we needed to get on we were like haha yeh right… ohhhhh, you’re actually being serious!
Fortunately I’d met some guys – Daffyd, Nico and Mark – that were just as ...