Vecchia Toscana Resort

Address: Barrio Paris, Livingston, 18002, Guatemala | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from Livingston

    Stop. Hammock time!

    A travel blog entry by swandawg on Feb 12, 2015

    142 photos

    ... appreciate it. So I was dizzy as a spinning top. It was bad. Matt took me to the first doctor who decided that I had picked up something in Barbados that I was struggling to get rid of and gave me some antibiotics. The next day I was due to go with Corinne out to a place along the coast called Los Cobanos so I hoped they would kick in quickly. Corinne works in sustainable tourism and had been setting up a few volunteer programs and we were going to meet a girl called Sarah (who ...

    Semuc Champey National Park and New Year's Eve

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Dec 31, 2014

    2 photos

    ... rain, going down the dirt/mud and gravel roads to Semuc Champey. The 10kms took a solid 45 mins or so. Was unbelievable views along the track and dodging other cars on the slightly larger than one car laneway was a good laugh. Such a great experience. We arrive at the caves we are going exploring and swimming and change into our swimmers and joggers. The group in front of us is much larger and would make for a more difficult chance to hear the guides and understand ...

    Semuc Champey: Caving and Tubing!

    A travel blog entry by kate9miller on Oct 17, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... back down the waterfall then we swam through a couple of caves to the final hurdle. We had to squeeze through a hole that had fast flowing water and drop into a pitch black cave below. Again the guide had to show us exactly where to put our hands and feet to avoid smacking our head off the sides of the hole. It wasn't the most dignified of movements to get through the hole and I have a bit of a grazed bum!

    Everyday we're Hustlin'

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 13, 2014

    30 photos

    ... everything is slow. It will take all day to get from A to B even if you're travelling 100 miles. The bus driver will find any kind of excuse to stop, delay or prolong a journey. Wish I knew why!

    2) “Would you like carbs with that?” Forget meat and two veg, the Guatemalans, in-keeping with their Mayan traditions, prefer their protein with a plate piled high with beige. An 'almuerzo', or a set lunch, will see your chicken and raise a portion or two of beans, ...

    I am another week deep

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jun 13, 2014

    1 comment, 6 photos

    I am now another week deep

    Unfortunately for my immature nature the only Spanish words and phrases I studied on the long flight over from Australia were inappropriate words and pick up lines, this meant for my entire first week of school when asked to talk to my Spanish teacher these lines and words were used in abundance. It turns out that word travels fast in Guatemala too which has resulted in all the teachers asking me ...