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After a failed adventure up into the western highlands of Guatemala, we returned to the Gringo Trail, still suffering from blocked sinuses, but excited to see the famous pools of Semuc Chamey. The few days we spent here were some of the best and worst of our time in Guatemala.
Let me start with the best.
Since we decided not to book a tour we had to make our way the 9 kms from the town of Lanquin to the Semuc Champey national park ourselves. This meant a bumpy winding ...
... outside hostel room. Had to ask them 3 times to be quiet last time at 1am. ***** of a girl refused to move down to restaurant kept saying we're in a hostel and that if I wanted some piece and quiet maybe I should sleep down there! I could believe how rude she was! ******* *****. Eventually got off to sleep probably around 2. Then woke up early too, I was ...
... I had not only caught the flu but I had reeled it in and put it up on the wall, all the partying had finally caught up with me and I was bed ridden all day with a booming head ache, ultra runny nose and annoying cough. It was the start of a tough week to come.
Monday came and I had a new teacher "Pilar", Pilar is my friend and if you remember previously I have partied with her and her friends multiple times. It is almost impossible to get Pilar as ...
... edge, they needn't have worried though, there was a naturally formed and smooth waterslide taking you down into the pool with a small splash.
A few pools later we were led to another slide which was a lot steeper and disappeared round a bend out of sight. Everyone was sceptical about this one...we were told to go down together in a train, sitting one behind other and holding legs so we didn't come apart. Eventually, and ...