Banana Palms Resort & Marina

Address: 300 meters from Castillo de San Felipe, Livingston, Guatemala | Resort
 
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This resort is located on 300 meters from Castillo de San Felipe, Livingston.
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    Travel Blogs from Livingston

    Livingston to Placencia

    A travel blog entry by jenipedia on Apr 13, 2015

    2 photos

    Livingston village is an interesting little place only accessible by boat with a distinct Carribean vibe, much like the other coastal towns I visited on the Carribean side of Central America. There's not a lot happening, more of a stop over spot for the boats to and from Belize. We set off at 7:30am on a boat ...

    (My very first) Fish Pedicure

    A travel blog entry by wattsy on Apr 10, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... being so great, a strong aftertaste). We wander back along the track to our accommodation, past the chickens and ducks, and the little pig that line the side of the track. Lizards sunbathe in the middle of the road, as long as they can before we get too close and they scuttle off to their hiding places.

    When we get back we get a couple of well earned chilled drinks at the bar and book our transport for tomorrow, a 12 hour bus journey (probably across rocky roads), ...

    Stop. Hammock time!

    A travel blog entry by swandawg on Feb 12, 2015

    142 photos

    ... or 4 times in different places throughout the day and each time we would laugh harder than the last until he told me I must be following him. I assured him I wasn’t so he decided that he would follow me anywhere. Which was a rather nice compliment I thought. It was less creepy than it sounds I promise.

    I walked through the central square and looked at the fountain in the middle. Then I looked harder at it. Surly not? But my eyes were not deceiving me. Just have a look ...

    Guatemala - Semuc Champey

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Nov 03, 2014

    43 photos

    ... hardly find a position where I would feel comfortable at least for 3 minutes. We arrived in Lanquin at 22.00! After getting of the minibus we were surrounded by local guys working for different hostels and lodges in the vicinity of Semuc Champey. Since most people were heading to El Portal, which was supposed to have a double room with shared bathroom for Q100, we decided to follow them. We were invited to hop on an open pickup truck, usually used for cattle transport, ...

    Everyday we're Hustlin'

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 13, 2014

    30 photos

    ... billowing through your hair... Now that. THAT. That is satisfaction.

    Buzzing, arriving at the Funky Dodo hostel we dove straight into the pool before heading out for a night on the town. The best thing about Belize so far is there is no language barrier... Their mother tongue is English! I realise how much of a hindrance it has been that we don't speak Spanish when a woman cycles through our group and calls "'scuse me, this bike has no insurance", how much wit had ...