Hotel Dona Alida

Barrio Capitania, Livingston, Guatemala | Hotel
 

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Chillin' in Lanquin

A travel blog entry by heinzdora

17

... we had tuna sandwiches again). After some more artsy fartsy shots we head out and were lucky enough to spot an employee of the hostel to hitch a ride back with (otherwise we would have had to wait 2 hours for the rest of the tour to finish).

We chilled for the afternoon – me having a café con leche while Hinesh took a siesta. Then once the lights came on around 6pm we did the dreaded packing of the back packs again ready for the last stop in Guatemala. El Remate here we ...

Doña Grissda Maldonata

A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi

10

... the richness of the language and I love the sounds of my words (when I pronounce them correctly) and the way that my mouth moves as I pronounce them. The Spanish language is so suave, subtle and romantic; it's impossible not to fall in love with it.
My 1st meal would be like my subsequent meals for the next 5 days. It consisted of beans and fried bananitos (small bananas). I could eat fried bananas all day everyday, but I'm not used to eating beans ...

Day 16 (Trip 2, Day 7) - Monkeys & Boat Trip

A travel blog entry by jonoscott

4

... of locations over the next week or so. Most of the rest of today has been relaxing at the pool and having dinner. After which I want swimming in the pool while others sat around an had a drink or two. We then say out on the dock and just chatted for the rest of the night. I saw my first ever firefly tonight as well, big deal for me as I'd never seen one before, but some of the others didn't think it was a big deal at all. So I think that it will probably be it from me for now. Night ...

Livingstone @ 90 km per hour in that driving rain

A travel blog entry by bruceontour

144

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The yachts from around the world judging from the home port on the yachts and boats find this place a real haven from the hurricane season out in ...

Cooking at Casa Guatemala

A travel blog entry by rollingstone54

45

... we arrived, one of the first children we saw was Felix, he is one of the little boys that I was responsible for during my stay there. I don't quite think that he remembered me, but I think Erik did, as did a couple of the older girls and boys. After saying hello to some of the other children, and speaking with Bori, the volunteer co-ordinator, I took Deborah on a tour of the orphanage grounds, and to the Mayan village of Las Brisas. There is ...

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