Posada El Delfin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
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... even has an infinity pool. I've never been in one before. They are still building the swim-up bar. Always wanted to try one of those too. When construction on this place is finished (it looks like it's been constantly ongoing for years) it's going to make money hand over fist. My dorm is furthest from anyone. I'm getting it at a 33% discount as it is "still under construction." We'll see how nosiy the workmen get in the morning. There is no wifi here, just a constantly in use PC. ...
... and had to move immediately upon finding bed bugs. After that, I ate dinner at an Italian place with two interesting girls who needed a place to sit. Molly is from the states and has been traveling for 11 years all over the world and Priscilla is from Costa Rica. They were nice, but it was a little strange. I spent the rest of the night uploading all my journal entries online and writing the last few entries. ...
... from Mayans, Garifunas and lost expats. The town is unconnected to the rest of the country via road with the river and ocean the only means of transport which makes for an interesting mix of river people. We had a quiet afternoon at a cafe on the ocean planning the next couple of weeks with a hot chocolate and cup of tea. Due to rough weather the Caribbean did not look its usual crystal clear. The waves were washing up on the beach in a muddy mess and the Guatemalans seem to dump ...
Semuc Champey is a beautiful park known for its natural tiered turquoise pools surrounded by limestone. Although the hostel we are staying at offers tours to the park, we opted to do it ourselves today. Our hostel feels much more like summer camp than anything else, with its wooden cabins and outdoor bathrooms, El Portal Hostal is located in the middle of a Mayan community in the jungle right beside a fast flowing river. We definitely experienced being in the "jungle settings" last ...
... 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 ...