Banana Palms Resort & Marina

300 meters from Castillo de San Felipe, Livingston, Guatemala | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Livingston

Dr Livingston I presume

A travel blog entry by mini_v


No lie-in boo! Woke up at 6.30am and could not go back to sleep! It rained pretty much all night long - was amazing to lie in bed listening to the heavy rainfall.... Decided to go on the Livingston boat trip yay with Ernie, Clentice, Jane, Cara, Rachel and the Chilean couple. 3hr trip with different stops at the hot springs, giant water lillies and finally Livingston! Highlights of the trip: 1) The hot springs - ...

Tom gets a shot in the ass from a nun

A travel blog entry by fishwheel

Tom has been in pain for several days so Stuart at the hotel directed us to the clinic at the Catholic Church, which is free and he said they usually get gringos in right away. Dropped our laundry off then headed to the clinic. They were very nice and after a shot in the ass and some pills they gave him (total cost $7) we went back for him to get some ...

Las Maria's Cave and Semuc Champey

A travel blog entry by nani.rump


... mouth of what looked like a small cave. Before heading into the cave our guide painted war stripes on our cheeks with the crushed seeds of a little bush fruit and then handed us long candles and then sent us into the cave. The water was only ankle deep here but it wasn't very high either and although the candles were a nice touch, they didn't afford all too much light. So in we go, as we got slowly but surely wetter and therefore colder. We followed in a line, paddling with one arm ...

To the bat-cave!

A travel blog entry by ryanandmeg


... after he was afraid I might actually break his leg, whoops!

After the caves we headed for lunch and then went to the Semuc Champay national park. On the river there was a massive swing which we had the option of jumping into the water from. Colleen and Ryan both did it but I decided to stay on the ground and after Ryan’s face-flop I didn’t regret it! We then took some tubes on the water and spent about 10minutes going ...

Seymuc Champey

A travel blog entry by esoumoy

... a good shower, it is time to write this blog, and to start thinking about the dinner


Relaxing day today. Remy our French host takes us up the river to go tubing down the river and its rapids. We are 6 (elena albert and I, and 3 Canadians from Montreal). The ride is so peaceful, so slow. Ideal for a chat about the region with remi.

When we reach the end of the ride, the Canadian girls get in the river to shower ...

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