Vecchia Toscana Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Vecchia Toscana Resort Livingston
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... by beautiful hills and lovely people. The first day, we had nice breakfast, went for a swim in crystal clear but incredibly fast-moving river and watched the Brazil vs Chile game (well, I did). Everything was going great until the TV **** itself in extra time and I had to frantically run into town to try and find somewhere to watch the penalties. In the end, I stood in the doorway of someone's house, alongside a Guatemalan guy, whose hand ...
... not many Guatemalans have facebooks. There was actually a commercial for Facebook being advertised on Guatemalan tv.
USA: In the US, there isn't a need for facebook to be advertised. One is socially excluded without a facebook account.
Guatemala: The dress is conservative. The people don't ask for much, neither want much. They are content.
USA: Everything is flashy. ...
This morning Stephanie, Nanne, Dan and myself woke up ready for a Kayak trip to go and see some monkeys at 5:30am. Eventually at 6am our guide turned up, he didn't seem to speak a word of English and just assumed we all knew what we were doing. He placed us in the Kayaks and sent us on our way across the river to go find some monkeys. Dan and I were initially sharing the same Kayak (dual kayak), however as Nanne was having a bit of trouble with his, Dan in the middle of the river ...
... A German girl who arrived that day was sleeping in the room right above the bar and came down and asked him to turn off the music! He grumbled a 'no' and told her it was almost finished and then carried on talking to himself! Really strange guy and a really strange way of looking after your guests! We called it a night on what had been probably the most entertaining day of our trip. Ken is hilarious and we're hoping to catch up with him again later in Mexico!
... the dock who owns a small hotel that was cheap. 150Q (a little over $20) a night so we went there. Met a guy from Fairbanks, Kurt Brown, who is a pilot an a gold miner and is into harleys and old cars so we chatted with him for several hours while having a few cocktails. The hotel has a pet parrot and it right on the water so it was a very pleasant time. ...