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

    Semuc Campey, Rio Dulce & Livingston

    A travel blog entry by jenipedia on Apr 12, 2015

    40 photos

    ... to fall asleep to (insects) and wake up to (cockerel). The spa pools provide much needed respite after our journey there and the trek to the viewpoint, which Henry didn't quite make! After finding 'one with nature' in Semuc,we travelled to Rio Dulce and took a boat trip through the lake, river and mangroves to Livingston, a Carribean port town, where we stayed overnight before catching a boat across to Belize the next ...

    Stop. Hammock time!

    A travel blog entry by swandawg on Feb 12, 2015

    142 photos

    ... around either Cambridge where I grew up, or Leeds where I have lived for the past eight years. I don’t think “Er, this is the university where I did some learning and, er, this is a park that I like to walk around and, er, these ruins are my favourite place to go and think” would really cut it. So I have been inspired to find out more about my own heritage. After all I’ve met plenty of people around the world who I have offered a place to rest their ...

    The rubbish capital of the Caribbean

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jan 05, 2015

    6 photos

    ... not to change money in Puerto Barrios due to the wild nature if the town and the likely hood of get ripped off so a lovely Californian couple paid for our boat ride to Livingston in Quetzals. We enjoyed lunch with the guys and paid them back when I found an ATM i was happy to risk using the card without risk of a skim. Livingston is also a gritty Caribbean town located at the mouth of the Rio Dulce. As we had experienced in all coastal towns in Central America there is such a mix ...

    Semuc Champey

    A travel blog entry by steveclark on Dec 10, 2014

    4 photos

    ... finding the bakery and a place that did popcorn, we all got a few snacks. They even had buildings with Xbox's and TV's that you could rent. We eventually found a little shack where the woman cooked Pork, onion, eggs, refried beans and tortillas for us, with a Coke on the side. All for 20 quetzales or £1.64. Certainly better priced than the hostel who wanted 40Q per meal plus service charge. Shortly after we went to bed after the physically challenging but fantastic ...

    Everyday we're Hustlin'

    A travel blog entry by beardandblonde on Oct 13, 2014

    30 photos

    ... on us?! Overwhelmed by the friendliness of the local community, everyone we bumped into invited us to Driftwood, a hut on the beach serving pizza and Garifuna drumming all night.

    The atmosphere at Driftwood was electric, drumming throbbed through the hut, beer flowed and everyone wanted to meet us. We chatted to a few of the locals, ended up dancing with them too and signed up to take some drumming lessons the next day.

    Warren, our 15 year old teacher ...