Hotel Rios Tropicales
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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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... people trying to sell you insurance for ‘that accident you’ve recently had’ or quadruple window glazing. Here, it’s blokes who pretend they work for a hostel and insist they take you there. I know these guys are poor and are trying to make a living, but their dishonestly and underhand approach stinks. Even walking by saying that youve got a reservation doesn’t work most of the time.
Shaking off a Hustler, by hiding in an alley as he ...
... thin, so breathing was quite tough too. the call of my warm sleeping bag became too loud to resist, and I hit the sack at around 8.30pm, ready for a 4am start the next day - to climb right to the top for sunrise.
Our 4am wake up call happened, but, we couldn't climb that morning as there was an impressive looking electrical storm basically right on top of us. Given it was pitch black and freezing cold, and I had no head torch, staying in my sleeping bag was the ...
... delicious enough to have a second one.
We had a wander through the streets to get our bearings and to find a bank and a supermarket. The streets here are all cobbled but not flat, even, neat cobbles - it's more like rocks that have been laid randomly to mark the path of the street. It is so uneven that it is on a par with the Tongariro Crossing in terms of ease of walking (for those unfamiliar with the ...
... to hopefully take pictures of the Volcán de Agua framed under ...
... to arrive up there on time. Since my body could not handle the last few hundert meters of altitude, it started to show the first symptoms of altitude sickness, so it took forever to catch up with the group. With every step I swore myself not to do anything like this again, or - to be more realistic - at least with the right gear and better physical condition. I was not even able to take photos, because all my fingers were numb. Like ice sticks. Sticking to ...