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Party People Need a Key Travel Tip

2009-01-04 15:55:00

Party People Need a Key Travel Tip

Make sure you have a key or way to enter the Hotel when you stay up all night partying.

About half the planet has compound Hotels; they are small fortresses for security. Central American, South America and Mexico have some of the best Hotels that look like Forts on the planet.

Panajachel, Lago Atitlan, Guatemala
Sunday, January 4, 2009
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When you check into a Hotel, you need to learn how to enter the Hotel again. Just last night at about 3:00 am in the morning I hear a
“Tap Tap Tap,” on the gate to my Hotel.

I started to laugh to myself, I was quite sure somebody stayed up all night partying and now was trying to enter the Hotel.

Strange as it may seem, the owner of my Hotel gave me a key to allow myself in if I arrived late at night. On the other hand, I believe the owner of the Hotel fails to give keys to people who he believes will party all night. I think maybe you would call this negative reinforcement, either return home early or stand outside knocking on the door waiting for someone to open the gate. I would guess he uses it a way of encouraging rowdy guest to leave.

A good tourist or traveler knows surveys a Hotel when they enter and negotiates a way to enter the Hotel at all times day or night.

I did not get up to open the door, I figured this was a good lesson for them to learn… hehehe

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