Posada El Delfin
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... in Conan and people paid half price to what we'd done fri both Tikal and lanquin - so frustrating! Had McDonald's we thought were nearly there at 3 but didn't get to lanquin til nearly 6. El rotera hostel. Had a couple if drinks including Nutella vodka shot then attempted to go to bed at 11 as up for full day Semuc champey tour tomorrow but loads of ...
Saturday was one of my favourite days in Guatemala, some of the students were invited to 1 of the teachers friends weddings. Everyone got dressed up as nicely as they could and at 5pm we went to become the only white people in the building. As a group we decided to buy a blender as our wedding gift and for some reason I was put in charge of holding it. After about an hour of serious wedding stuff it was time to hand over the gifts. I assumed I would just put ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... cranking. The others managed to catch a little boat across for $2 Q's each. We were starting to realise nothing arrives on time in Guatemala and nobody waits for anybody else. We all jumped in and took our seats, it was getting hotter inside the van but luckily I was near a window I could open. After another hour or so we came across a big line up of stopped cars, I had an awful feeling it might be a road block as I had experienced similar in Mexico. We didn't have to ...