Hotel Rios Tropicales
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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... as has no time to wait. He comes back 10 mins later and he's not impressed telling us we need to be ready at 0850 when he was the late one haha. We make our hour or so drive to the hiking starting point of our trip. Our guide Lionel informs our bus in Spanish today's itinerary and details. Leesh and I pick up a few of his words but still struggle before he looks at us and asks comprehendo? To which we say No. He quickly explains in English we will be climbing 7km trip getting to ...
... of the storm. The boat from Rio Dulce to coastal Livinston is supposed to be one of Mesoamerica’s most memorable journeys, with its canyon of limestone walls hung with tangles of jungle foliage. It was memorable alright, hiding behind a sheet of tarpaulin as the rain speared at us, as the boat hurtled past all of the places we were hoping to explore.
Livingston is unconnected by road to the rest of the country so has a distinct island feel. It's inhabitants ...
Up at 05:30 but sleeping well away from The Fan. We were collected and drove for about an hour. Kids sold us walking sticks and off we went. The volcano walk was a climb of about 500 metres, taking us to about 2500 over sea level. If you struggled there were men selling the services of their horses which we declined. Ian hates horses. We got the opportunity to toast marshmallows. Nothing funny ...
... backpackers and Spanish students.
There's an old convent in this town that, at one point, was the seat of power in the region, headed by the catholic church. The major leaders met in this convent to decide who would control which regions, which laws to enact, how to allocate their funds, etc. But a few angry volcanos changed all that, and now it's a cute little building with some impressive architecture. The whole town is ...
... peanut butter, before calling it a night. Our arrival started off with a bang, literally. As we were walking down the cobblestone street, Belinda was walking along looking at her feet to make sure she didn't trip up, out of nowhere a concrete window sill jumped out and hit her in the head. She fell ******* her bum. We're not sure if it hurt more or if she was just embarrassed. A 'helpful' guy walked past ...