Posada El Delfin

Livingston Izabal, Livingston, Guatemala | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Livingston Izabal, Livingston.
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    Travel Blogs from Livingston

    Wet and Wild Guatemalan style!

    A travel blog entry by samandmegan on Jun 27, 2014

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    ... to transfer our stuff to that and get a lift down pretty much the worst road I have ever been down in a minibus (which you'd barely want to do in a fully functional 4x4, let alone a Toyota Hiace van with three brakes!). The driver, like most drivers in Guatelama, did not seem fazed by the winding, unsealed, rocky road on the edge of a cliff, though, and proceeded to drive the minibus like he was Lewis Hamilton, including overtaking another minibus on a blind ...

    Down the River

    A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 25, 2014

    29 photos

    The Río Dulce is a 45km stretch of water between Lago De Izabal, the largest lake in Guatemala, and the Caribbean Sea. We were taking a boat cruise down the river to Livingston at the far end for lunch and back again.

    There is not a lot of human habitation along the river apart from small settlements, and some rich "mansions". There were lots of birds though - cormorants, herons and pelicans were the ones ...


    A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 29, 2014

    ... we were welcomed, as Americans, into the country. Everyone went above and beyond to make sure that we were safe, happy and healthy in their country.
    USA: We tend to close our doors to foreigners instead of welcoming them into our country. Many foreigners are left without accessibility to vital resources or social support systems. They are often isolated.
    Guatemala: People passing on ...

    Flores to Semuc Champey

    A travel blog entry by danfrerich on Feb 21, 2014

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    After an 6 hr shuttle ride from Flores to Laquine, it was another 45 min ride up in the back of a pick up truck to the hostel at the entrance to Semuc Champey. Even though they only they had electricity from 6-10pm, and in theory internet (which never worked), it was an awesome place. Great views and cool people. Check out the pools of Semuc Champey ...

    Day 35: The Road to Semuc Champey

    A travel blog entry by holliem on Oct 08, 2013

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    ... These wringing, tight **** Aussie girls were really starting to **** me off. So I decided to buy something to drink and some papas fritas (hot chips.) my favorite words in Spanish. As I looked up the ferry was leaving with our Van on it. Could this day get worse? Holly and I ran and had to jump half a metre of way to make it onto the Ferry, meanwhile loosing half of my Papas Fritas. We tried to tell the crankshaft guy that there was still 3 of us left but he just laughed ...