Corazon del Bosque
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... Today we were doing the chocolate tour. After a quick breakfast and a hike up for really lousy wifi we set out with John the owner for our chocolate tour. Along with us were Ron and Lynne who were a little stiff from the previous days activities. The Chocolate tour started with a brief introduction into Cocoa. The way in which it is farmed and the true benefits of Cocoa. Also an explanation into how the Mayans used it a money and how Guatemala was once the ...
... and everybody was friendly with 'hola' (hello) everywhere.
It is not a pretty, touristy town, roofs of rusty corrugated iron, precious little paint and the beautiful Bougainvillas creeping over the walls. The town is poor and most of the inhabitants work in neighbouring villages. Early morning (sparrow ) pickup trucks park in the square, announce their presence by hooting ...
... t think we were going to make it up a steep hill, needless to say there were many screams!! The view point of the rock pools was amazing, it made the walk/climb up worth it! Now to jump in the rock pools! So much fun once I had got over the initial fear of jumping in!! The water is so clear and beautiful and the sun was actually shining! After the mud bath caves in Vietnam that I visited with Hilary and Kelly ...
... maa-shee-MOHn), also called San Simón, , an interesting and exotic tradition of the Tz'utujil people. He is a deity revered throughout the Guatemalan highlands. Assumed to be a combination of Maya gods, Pedro de Alvarado (Spanish conquistador of Guatemala) and the biblical Judas, Maximón is an effigy to which Guatemalans of every stripe go to make offerings and ask for blessings. The effigy is usually housed by a member of a cofradia (Maya religious ...
... line and we tested out how to use our right hand to slow ourselves down. I was pretty nervous but off we went! There were 7 zip lines in total and first we had to climb up the mountain to the first one. We saw monkeys on the way up. The zip lines ranged in distance from 81 to 310 metres. The quickest zip line going 18 metres per second. The long zip lines were awesome with views out over the lake. The fast ones were pretty fun too! Think these were my first proper zip lines! ...