Vecchia Toscana Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... surface of the water. And some tiny crabs on the trunk of a tree. It was fascinating. And very peaceful… apart from the loud stinky boat engine that is!
When we got off the boat on the island we walked through the village to the hostel we were staying in and it was just about time for my afternoon migraine. I was getting more than a little frustrated with this situation and disappointed that I kept missing out on doing the activities with Corinne and Sarah. So while they ...
... of the waterfall and took a bit longer than I thought. Nonetheless, everyone bar Dutch Elsbeth, go through and Rafa takes her another way via ladders. We cruise out of the caves and all share a laugh about the different areas of the cave etc. it was an epic adventure in there. We go out to the bridge over Lanquin river and are ambushed by the local kids selling beers and chocolates. Was a bit early for a beer as was starving for lunch and the chocolates looked disgusting but told ...
... we shaped it into little balls before squashing them flat between tinfoil. Then voila our chocolate was done!
The woman then rinsed off the paste that was left over from grinding the pods with hot water and gave us a mug each. I was extremely dubious about drinking this but it turned out to be some of the nicest, and probably the healthiest, hot chocolate I've ever had! It was then time to sample our chocolate, as it was ...
... Rio Dulce. The US coast guards say this is the safest place on the Western Caribbean for boats during hurricane season. Funnily enough, we arrived mid-storm to witness a harbour crammed with bobbing yachts and anxious stricken yachties. The howling wind and heavy rains continued through the night and dampened our spirits the next day.
Desperately wanting to get out of small town Rio Dulce and head downriver on the "spectacular river cruise”, we bought a ticket ...
Hola amigos It has been a very busy week. After my first night out in Guatemala city with my new typical group of hostel friends, I got on a classic Guatemalan chicken buss and headed for Xela in the mountains with a very useful Spanish speaking American (Rachel). The chicken busses look awesome but the interior is far from it, people pack into these busses in any place they can and come in from both the back and front doors often whilst the buss is still moving. ...