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... 8221; etc etc. We had a mishmashed chat of broken Spanish and broken English about what we had bought and how funny it was we kept bumping into each other before I went on my way. Only to bump into them again later on.
I struggled to find somewhere to eat lunch – there didn’t really seem to be anywhere. Until I spotted a tourist place. I normally try to avoid them, as they tend to be over priced but I was hungry. It was in here that I had one of the most cringe ...
... the viewpoint we kept descending until we hit the tunnel where the Cahabon River passes under the pools. We were explained that the pools of Semuc Champey form a bridge over the Cahabon River. Under the bridge there is a cave, which the river passes through. The river leaves the cave after 300 meters. The place where the river hides under the ground is called “Sumidero” in Spanish, which is what Semuc Champey means in the Q'eqchi' language.
Friday we headed off to the beach, we knew it was going to be hot be we had no idea what we were in for. Just 3 hours from the high, cold altitude of xela we were on the beach in the most tropical humid temperature i had felt since living in North Queensland during the summer. It was sweltering all day and all night. The beach was black sand making it impossible to stand anywhere. I had however been craving some hot weather and some waves to ...
... I'm sure it made the rock sliding painful.
It was so much fun climbing through all the rocks, we finished up by doing a massive and pretty dodgy swing into the river. Belinda went on it and nailed it with the perfect finish, a little concerned that her feet touched the bottom as she went in. The next person after her landed flat on her stomach, she got pretty badly winded so noone else wanted to do it after that. ...