Casa Atitlan - Boutique Hotel & Restaurant
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Most Guatemalans aren't able to leave Guatemala, even the financially well off ones. Many of them don't see traveling as a viable option, so they don't even consider it.
My compaņeras and I met an American who grew up in Guatemala. He was working his family 's sustainable coffee business in Antigua. He said that it ...
... we shared the back of the pickup truck with 2 others, while the other 5 squeezed into the back with 5 other tourists. Singing some pop songs (Adele remixes mostly!) to amuse our Guatemalan guide, we arrived at Semuc excited and not worried at all about the cold and potentially rainy weather.
Adventure #1 - Caving
We stripped off to our bathers, were given our candle, and given little to no safety instructions. Into the cave we ...
... in the way of one bat’s flight path! A pretty cool experience!
The following day we went on a sunset hike in the hills surrounding Lanquin. The three of us headed off in the afternoon along with another tourist from Belgium and our guide (who drank beer most of the way and wasn’t much of a guide, although he did show us the way!). The views were really nice and we even came across a poisonous snake (a coral snake), which ...
Stayed at Zephyr lodge - in the mountains, showers have open side which looks out over fields Hiked through caves Walked down river Poker night - met Tom and Joran (dutchies) and Julio (Brazilian) Market in Lanquin Australia Day - drinking and doing beer bongs with Deiter Met 3 New Zealand guys Semuc champey - caves with candles, rope swing, bridge jump, hike, waterfall under rocks, pools, rock ...