Hotel Maya Internacional

Address: Avenida del Periferico, Calle No 0, Zona 1, Santa Elena, Guatemala | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Avenida del Periferico, Calle No 0, Zona 1, Santa Elena.
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Travel Blogs from Santa Elena

Natures one and only hot shower

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Apr 08, 2015

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... does mean that the river is flowing higher and faster than usual. Of course the waterfall is on the opposite side of the river, so to get to it we need to carefully wade our way in and then, as the waterfalls caretaker instructed us to do, swim frantically against the current to get to the rocks on the otherside.

Before you even get under the waterfall you can feel the warmth, it's hot enough that I wouldn't stay under it for any length of time, and ...

Back to the Caribbean

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Apr 07, 2015

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... hand side of the boat.

Initially all was fine, we skirted around the Castillo seeing it from the lake, headed past the town of Rio Dulce under the large bridge that crosses the river where we pass what can best be described as a regatta. Many boats, ordinary boats, are in a group, moving slowly following three slightly larger boats at the front. There are no joyous celebrations, no loud music that you would normally expect from a ...

Up a creek with just one paddle

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Apr 05, 2015

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... straight down to Rio Dulce through the green, verdant, rolling hills of Eastern Guatemala. I had envisaged a more complicated journey, one that may take us round the houses, or maybe involving a change of transport or two, but we wouldn't have got there any quicker had we taken a taxi.

The minivan dropped us off at a boat shed in Rio Dulce. I backtracked up the busy street, Easter bringing out the crowds again, in search of a shop to ...

Chill out on Rio Dulce

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Mar 19, 2015

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Managed to get up before the crack of dawn today to catch the sunrise (couldn't quite see the sun itself but the colours in the sky were amazing). Had a moment where I wish I had my camera so it capture the colors more accurately but the phone isn't bad. I'm learning to ...

Byebye Antigua

A travel blog entry by ritawritatravel on Mar 18, 2015

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Left out second home of Antigua home today, heading eastwards to Rio Dulce which flows into the Caribbean. A bit of a long travel day on a private van - 7 hrs and then a short boat trip. Mostly uneventful trip though we did stop for lunch at a fancier hotel where someone was there with a bodyguard toting a gun and wearing a bulletproof ...