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Garifuna!

Gustavo dropped us off at the dock in Puerto Barrios where we hopped on a skiff taking us to where we would spend the night, Livingston. Livingston is a tiny town at the mouth of the Rio Dulce and, I confess, there's little to recommend it. The "capital" of Garifuna culture, it's little more...

permalink written by  shoshtrvls on September 2, 2009 from Livingston, Guatemala
from the travel blog: Belize, Guatemala and Honduras (2009)



One Misty Monday Morning we Found Guatemala

Expecting a big crossing from Punta Gorda, Belize to Livingston, Guatemala, I was surprised to see land again within an hour and a half of raising anchor. However, it took several hours before we were within radio range and could call Raul in Livingston. On the recommendation of friends, we...

permalink written by  bobandglennda on March 20, 2009 from Livingston, Guatemala
from the travel blog: Sailing from Florida to Cenral America



We are in Rio Dulce!

Sorry we have not kept the blog up. I uploaded pictures and got a blog entry typed but by time I got ready to save it, the internet went down. That was on the 21st. We went and looked at a boat later that morning. Came home took a nap, took a walk through the neighborhood, and then came back...

permalink written by  Greg & Tana Irwin on August 20, 2008 from Livingston, Guatemala
from the travel blog: Honduras, Guatemala, & Belize



To The Sea ...

From Flores we took a bus south down the eastern border of Guatemala to Rio Dulce, a town at the seaward end of Lake Isabel, and a popular hang out with sailing types, who come up-river from the Caribbean. We caught a boat over to our hotel - a sweet little wooden place built on decking over...

permalink written by  Alex Kent on September 13, 2007 from Livingston, Guatemala
from the travel blog: On the Varieties of Nature



off the map

It just got good. We (just myself and Zack these days) worked our way to the little village of Lanquin, Guatemala. Way off the beaten track, but definitely worth the 3 hours on bad dirt roads from Coban. This place is amazing, complete with waterfalls and cascading pools, caves that go...

permalink written by  Jason Kester on March 2, 2002 from Livingston, Guatemala
from the travel blog: Central America



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