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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      A travel blog entry by martinezje on Oct 18, 2014

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      ... collect all the money when you can't walk or move). This was the moment where William said do you guys want to split a cab. I'll arrange the price. So for 30 quetzals in total ( ofc we paid for our hero ) we arrived in an other chaotic place. It was half past 6 and already dark. We had to find somewhere to sleep because there was no way we wanted to get somewhere at 11/12. Thats when William said that if we wanted we could stay the night at his place. He would feel ...

      1 month in

      A travel blog entry by dosisliving on Jun 28, 2014

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      ... The class quickly halted and for the next hour and a half she tried to fix my error. Oops.

      After a lengthy Thursday arvo siesta our next activity was soccer vs the teachers. It was a tiny field with a ceiling and lights. We got destroyed by the teachers.... They won 10-5 and I'm pretty sure at the end they let through a goal or two because they felt sorry for us haha. This is now a weekly tradition and revenge will be had.

      It ...

      Down the River

      A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Apr 25, 2014

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      ... alike and famed for it's Tapada. We didn't really know what Tapada was but thought we ought to order it regardless. What was brought to the table was a huge bowl of coconut cream based soup full of huge prawns, a whole crab in the shell and a whole fried fish - and we had one each!!

      Back in Hacienda Tijax, without the breeze from being on the boat we retreated to the swimming pool to cool off.



      A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Mar 26, 2014

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      ... them to be targeted
      -The private, quiet nature of the Mayans, which allowed the abuse to go on unnoticed for so long
      Besides the sheer number of fatalities, the US's involvement in the Guatemala civil war was particularly striking to me. Ríos Montt, whose reign was referred to as the bloodiest period during the war, worked with the Reagan administration to "eliminate communism". Montt manipulated the US by claiming that the guerrilla groups, who were fighting ...

      Do you know what a Micoleon is?

      A travel blog entry by georgeandlol on Mar 11, 2014

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      ... before heading back into town.

      Back in Rio Dulce we sat on the marina and tucked into a bottle of rum while watching the sunset, then grabbed a quick dinner before heading off to the lodge. We sat around having a few more rums with the micoleon when the monotone Swiss guy got home from his night at the pub and he was wasted. He came into the reception, turned on the sound system a little too loud for that time of night and sat on the chair mumbling to ...