Posada El Delfin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Posada El Delfin Livingston
Travel Blogs from Livingston
... total of 1 energetic event, getting up at 3.30am to climb Indian's Nose - a local point with amazing sunrise views over the lake and its surrounding towns. Feeling very proud of ourselves, we had a nap then got more beers in. We regretted this the next morning when we had another 3.30am start to catch the bus to gringo stop #2 - Semuc Champey.
Semuc is a natural bridge with 7 crystal clear pools, great for ...
... some locally made items. Corinne got a beautiful bag and I bought what will forever remain my most prized possession… my first hammock! Everybody has them in Central America. And boy have they got it right. I don’t know how the rest of the world does without them! I don’t plan to anymore. I may not have a home, but I have a hammock and that’s alright by me. I just have to wait until August when Corinne and Matt visit the UK to be reunited with my comfy comfy ...
... Mental. We stated the long decent to the pools which seems to take even longer than coming up. When we got there, Pepe explainer how the river actually goes underground beneath the pools and the water in so clear as comes done separately from the mountains rather than from the main river. We then went swimming in the pools which was really refreshing and felt so clean. We started at the top, jumping down into the next ones as we went. Toward the end Pepe took us to ...
... are no ATMs. The last stretch down to the riverside town of Lanquín is a dirt track winding steeply down the valley. Nothing separates the minivan and the sheer drop at one side, the sheer drop is dizzying. We arrive at 7pm. The guesthouse is on a river bend. The freshwater and rope swing are too much to resist after that long journey!
The main attraction, and the reason backpackers ...
... relatively easy. We traversed through a dirt road for 20 mins (flat as a pancake) then up a rocky path (again flat but rocky) then up a steeper hill. You kinda walked through thick grass hoping that you haven’t over stepped over the edge. Again we were rewarded with amazing views. If Hinesh hadn’t pushed me I would have missed out on such an amazing sight. I felt like singing “The Hills are alive!!!” but I thought I wouldn’t subject Hinesh and ...