Hotel Dona Alida

Address: Barrio Capitania, Livingston, Guatemala | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Barrio Capitania, Livingston.
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    Travel Blogs from Livingston

    Stop. Hammock time!

    A travel blog entry by swandawg on Feb 12, 2015

    142 photos

    ... a shower because, well, because that’s boring. But not this shower. There was only one tap with running water at the hostel we were staying at and that was the tap that filled the trough. So the showers were bucket showers. The trough was in between the kitchen and the showers so the same water was used by both – the showers didn’t contaminate the kitchen water, it’s not easy to explain. But basically they were just brick build walls that came up to your neck ...

    Semuc Champey National Park and New Year's Eve

    A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Dec 31, 2014

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    ... Seedy as too many different drinks were being mixed and drunk but good laugh. Before the usual King a Cup surfaced and things got rowdy quick. Drinks are flowing and we are doing push-ups, and scrambling for the gecko card requirements whilst laughing and banter being thrown everywhere. James is the first casualty and he is smashed quickly. Drinking games taper off as we approached midnight for the fireworks and Leesh is starting to get pretty drunk. It's a fun night laughing at ...

    Everyday we're Hustlin'

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 13, 2014

    30 photos

    ... Rio Dulce. The US coast guards say this is the safest place on the Western Caribbean for boats during hurricane season. Funnily enough, we arrived mid-storm to witness a harbour crammed with bobbing yachts and anxious stricken yachties. The howling wind and heavy rains continued through the night and dampened our spirits the next day.

    Desperately wanting to get out of small town Rio Dulce and head downriver on the "spectacular river cruise”, we bought a ticket ...

    This place is awesome

    A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Sep 29, 2014

    6 photos

    ... the steps and jumping into the pools. Then lunch In the afternoon we went extreme caving. On arrival (5 minute walk from the hostel) we were issued our safety equipment which consisted of one candle. Full stop. The cave tour takes about 2 hours. It consists of underground waterfalls, rope ladders, metal ladders, swimming into rocks and trying to do this whole keeping up with the least attentive guide in the world and trying to keep the candle hand above water. ...

    Week 1 complete

    A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jun 06, 2014

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... and then I drove up to the volcano hot springs with afew friends (a south African, American, Kiwi and myself). The hotsprings were amazing they were soooooo hot and as I got out to grab a beer from the bar I practically passed out haha I couldn't see or hear and I slowly hit the deck in my speedos luckily no damage was done. fortunately I was back to normal in a minute and jumped back in to start the process over again ;) Another class I did with the school was ...