Mansion del Rio
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Mansion del Rio Izabal
Travel Blogs from Izabal
... to Livingstone -kindly ferried to and from our walk in Pat and Anne's Lancha. It wasn't a very hard walk but I slowed everyone down ( it took us four and a half hours)-what with the diarrhiea and fainting and all. I was very pleased to reach Livingston alive. Ken actually was magnificent - looking after me and pacing me all the way.
What else? We went to a quiz night and our team, "Helluva" team, foolishly ...
... hand side of the boat.
Initially all was fine, we skirted around the Castillo seeing it from the lake, headed past the town of Rio Dulce under the large bridge that crosses the river where we pass what can best be described as a regatta. Many boats, ordinary boats, are in a group, moving slowly following three slightly larger boats at the front. There are no joyous celebrations, no loud music that you would normally expect from a ...
Rio Dulce means sweet water, the town is on the river. Our hotel's name was Tortugal, the place of turtles. It was a few minutes away from the town and we were taken there by boat. It is like an Eco Lodge and have kayaks for hire. On stilts, on the rivers edge. Fortunately no mozzies as there are no windows in the room and the gaps are big enough for a bat to come and say hello. There is a fan in the room, perfect for drying our clothes.
... cold in comparison like 20C and we all had jumpers and long trousers on and for once it was actually raining. Weird. We drove for about 2 hours before we made our first stop at a service station. Got the usual snacks and drinks before heading off again. Diego had said we would arrive at the hotel around 2/3 in the afternoon so when we stopped for lunch at 12:30 at a Burger King of all places, we all thought it wouldn't be ...
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 ...