Posada El Delfin
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
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... Whilst we are still very young at heart we didn't think there was any need to spin a chocolate wheel at 8pm in the evening instead of prizes the items including losing an item of clothing, kissing someone of the same sex, changing clothes with someone of the opposite sex, the list goes on. We were sitting with a young couple from Norway and decided to turn in early for the night. For the record we woke up for a early morning toilet scramble and the party was still going strong at ...
... park we will be visiting tomorrow. We were swarmed by locals when the doors opened. Luckily we weren't given too much hassle, we said were we planned on going and the right guy led the way. The hostel, El Muro, seems pretty cool but empty, the deck looks over the jungle. Not bad for £3.70 a night. We're booked in to do a day tour tomorrow, wading through caves, jumping off bridges etc. So it should be a good ...
... tab rapidly. This means 2 of us had to ask Cassie (our English friend) to pay for us and then pay her back when we get into Antigua. Note to Lanquin: get an ATM My little group decided to do the tubing day on our first day. Although it's called "tubing" the main activity is definitely drinking. Everyone loads up on beers and vodka and sets off down the river in the sun and has an awesome day "looking at the sights". This trip was awesome but I was cooked ...
... of fast food restaurants. I wandered the streets and soaked up the atmosphere for a couple of days before booking my trip to Lake Atitlan.
The trip to Lake Atitlan involved a shuttle ride of about 2 hours, I then jumped in water taxi to Santa Cruz, I wanted to check out the dive shop there and as it turns out is part of the Iguana hostel which was a real find. The hostel is a beautifully designed building right on the water with ...
C’Ŕ un posto remoto in mezzo al Guatemala che leggenda narra sia favoloso, una sorta di segreto custodito dalla giungla e da strade scassate, difficile da raggiungere e altrettanto difficile da lasciarsi alle spalle. Ecco, forse non proprio segreto visto che ne parlano tutti: guide turistiche, agenzie di viaggi e tutte le persone incontrate per strada che erano giÓ state in questo Paese. E tutti cantavano le lodi di questo posto e ripetevano di come questo ...