Hotel Rios Tropicales
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rios Tropicales Livingston
Our room was lovely, very hot, but we still really enjoyed our stay. I think rooms on the first floor were a little cooler. The onsite cafe served lovely drinks and the communal courtyard was sweet
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... slums on the hills but equally you pass by huge shopping malls and companies, brands you find all over the globe these days. The road to Antigua started very nice and there were some good views on the mountains but it started to rain and got dark very soon. As we drove into Antigua, all the bars and restauarnts were open but empty. As I read before there were streets lined up only with hostels, hotels, restarants, and travel ...
This morning Stephanie, Nanne, Dan and myself woke up ready for a Kayak trip to go and see some monkeys at 5:30am. Eventually at 6am our guide turned up, he didn't seem to speak a word of English and just assumed we all knew what we were doing. He placed us in the Kayaks and sent us on our way across the river to go find some monkeys. Dan and I were initially sharing the same Kayak (dual kayak), however as Nanne was having a bit of trouble with his, Dan in the middle of the river ...
After 6 weeks of travelling around we were excited to be back in Antigua and to sit still for a while. We had decided to spend some time volunteering for an organisation called 'As Green as it Gets' (which works to help small scale coffee farmers improve their quality of life and help local communities in an environmentally and economically sustainable way) while continuing our Spanish lessons. What was meant to be 3-4 weeks turned into ...
... Three hours to go... Two... And it rained. Rainjacked on. One hour to go. I could not do it anymore (My period surprised me a day before, I can add to female understanding) Guillaume was an exceptional gentleman and went along with me in the last phase at a snails pace. My legs wanted to give way, every meter was a fight with myself since my motivation vanished. "Climbing is just 20% physical, the other 80% are mental" My 20% were used, it came down to ...
... the Guatemalan highlands ( which apparently is balanced - neither bitter or sweet), compared to the Guatemalan lowlands. 1 plant produces 32 cups of regular coffee (or 16 espressos). In this plantation they only export 20% of their produce. We then moved onto the part of the tour where our guide got excited, which was in the roasting room. Here we tried some roasted beans and some chocolate they also make here for making hot chocolate. The less roasted (medium roast) has ...