Camino Real Tikal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Camino Real Tikal Peten
Travel Blogs from Peten
... counselling book!! What a sweet heart! He said "I know you two will get married!" We then took a taxi to the border of Belize and Guatemala which was like a 20 min drive. it was so weird we were speaking English and then 10 feet away it immediately switched to Spanish! We then hopped on a Guatemalan "bus-van" as Anthony called it. This thing was tiny and we fit in like 20 people. This thing was as big as a mini van ...
... was a sad little gringo bubble. The streets were lined with western restaurants and bars, their signs and menus all in English. Anything that wasn't a western-oriented bar/restaurant was a souvenir store or a travel agency. It didn't take long for us to realise that this wasn't our idea of a "beautiful little island". On top of all this, my money troubles after the last robbery limited my ability to do anything here. None of the hostels had ...
... schedule, just barely got on the bus after getting all my stuff out of the private room so I wouldn't be charged for another night, only to realize I had left my camera behind while I was transferring stuff. So I had to run back to the hostel as the bus picked up other people and I met it on the corner. Thank god everything ended up working out! I managed to doze on the bus to Tikal, but was still exhausted by the time we got there. But it was so worth it! So ...
... 30pm. It was boiling hot, about 32c, at Belize City as we waited for the water taxi. I had lost my flip flops on the boat from Panajachel so had time to buy another pair and a cold beer at the boat terminal. We arrived at Caye Caulker and to our amazing hotel for 3pm where we could relax on the pier. After watching the sunset we went for lobster and shrimp curry at the local restaurant called Happy Lobster on Front ...
... jungle at Tikal, but the torrential rain was something of a deterrent. I thought I was in luck when two other girls from the shuttle wanted to go there and we could split the price. After negotiating a fairly reasonable price from this dodgy guy he proceeded to try and rip us off for transport onward to Belize. The girls looked to be buying into it so I advised them that the chicken bus would be 10 times less and this guys was trying to rip us off. The the guy turned on me, refused ...