Departamento de Izabal Travel Guide

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Puerto Santo Tomás de Castilla


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Puerto Santo Tomás de Castilla

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    Puerto Santo Tomás de Castilla Things to Do

    Most important thing to remember during visit to south and central america i think u need to learn lil spanish,atleast some basic things which v are using during day to day life.Otherwise u will just bang from one wall to other wall thats what happened to me.Then luckily one of my friend took lil effort to learn some spanish and i took him whenever...


    Puerto Santo Tomás de Castilla Things to Do

    What a beautiful country and people....everybody is just enjoying.I saw all smiling faces and they all welcome us with open heart.I just had fun here.I did not go to any tourist places here just went to beach in the town.As per some information available i came to know about cruise ship visiting this place.Actually this port is quite old in country...

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Puerto Barrios

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    Puerto Barrios Things to Do

    If you want some good ice cream while you are visiting Puerto Barrios, Sarita is an excellent place to go. There are many located in the Puerto Barrios area and they have really good mango ice cream as well as fresa queso (strawberry cheesecake).

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    Puerto Barrios Hotels

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    Puerto Barrios Warnings and Dangers

    I was walking, at night, down a long dark road to a historic hotel on the oceanfront. Minding my own business, carrying my South American Handbook and a pretty umbrella a friend had bought for me in a quaint umbrella shop the day before - my birthday - in Antigua, when I heard footsteps behind me. I walked faster. They sped up. I sped up. They sped...



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    Quiriguá Things to Do

    The Acropolis looks over the great plaza of Quirigua and is the only major excavated building. Although, the jungle still has much of the city in it's grip. The site is small and unadorned.

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    Quiriguá Things to Do

    The Museum and Visitor's Center is the first site that greets the visitor. There is a Jade store at the back which is the only air conditioning area at the site. A scale model of Copan can also be seen inside.

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    Quiriguá Transportation

    Quirigua is located at one of the most important highways in Guatemala, the Carr. al Atlantico. All buses going from/to Guatemala-Flores or Chiquimula/Esquipulas-Puerto Barrios will drop you at the entrance of the village of Quirigua, the road to the ruins or in Los Amates (1,5km from the Quirigua village, where you will find an ATM and more...



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    Lívingston Restaurants

    I always try to find the best cheapest, local hole in the wall restaurants in each village/town I travel to. Well I definitely found one in Livingston. Actually, there will be a very dark guy with dreads standing in the street next to the basketball courts as soon as you come up from the boat. He is kind of the "welcomer". He will ask you if you...

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    Lívingston Hotels

    Main Street, (formerly Tucan Dugu), Livingston, Guatemala

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

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    Lívingston Things to Do

    Livingston is a cool town. You can only get there by boot or plane. Take the boot from Rio Dulce, this is a fanstatic trip over lake El Golfete and tru a beautiful gorge. Livingston is a relaxing place, everything goes slow. Take your time as well. In the evening there is an old lady walking around on the mainstreet selling home baked cookies. You...


Castillo de San Felipe

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    by VinTolucci Written Aug 31, 2004

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    The hotels in the area offer kayaks, jetskis and other toys for your enjoyment.

    Equipment: All hotels will provide lifejackets. Just watch out for other enthusiasts and swimmers in the lake.

    The Castillo
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    • Sailing and Boating

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