Banana Palms Resort & Marina

300 meters from Castillo de San Felipe, Livingston, Guatemala | Resort
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A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jun 28, 2014

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... both studied very slowly with no loud noises haha.

Thursday straight after school we had a textiles demo which was a lady showing us how to make the traditional Guatemalteca clothing, these clothes are made with a long process of weaving the material. It usually takes about a week of 8 hour days to make a scarf. The lady wanted us to try the weaving and so I did.... Literally 2 seconds after starting something fell out of something and I had ...


A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 29, 2014

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... or AIDS) and VIH (HIV) are stigmatized diseases in Guatemala. The medicines used to treat the symptoms of VIH/SIDA are free and available to the public however, they are often not utilized due to the stigmatization of these diseases. Many Guatemalans would just "rather not know" instead of being screened. Unfortunately, their partners are at risk for contracting diseases since many Guatemalan males don't use condoms and have multiple relations. According ...

Do you know what a Micoleon is?

A travel blog entry by georgeandlol on Mar 11, 2014

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... plastic to keep us dry. I have to say that was the best bus trip I've had all trip, it's definitely a lot nicer seeing the countryside from higher up, than being crammed into a hot bus! We arrived at the canyon and a local guy paddled us about 20mins up river in his boat and dropped us off, leaving us free to explore as much of the canyon as we liked. The river was flanked by two vertical walls that went right up at least 50m with tree's reaching up even higher ...

Tom gets a shot in the ass from a nun

A travel blog entry by fishwheel on Jan 29, 2014

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 ...

The middle of nowhere...

A travel blog entry by mcdermk7 on Jan 17, 2014

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... to be the loudest most annoying person we have met on the trip...I don't think anyone will beat him! After a few small pitstops along the way, five hours later we arrived in Coban. Kathy could no longer feel her coccyx but on the positive she now has guns of steel!! Thankfully, 4 people got off in Coban so the last few hours were a little less painful...having said that the dirt track from Coban to Lanquin was quite the bumpy experience. We arrived ...

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