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... one that's half blind and overweight and the sneaky little Chihuahua. Music is always playing in the bar, classic rock mainly, nothing too hardcore, nothing too sentimental. It's been easy, comfortable, a nice half Aussie, half Mexican oasis in Guatemala. But our time has come to move on, we've had four nights here which is a good length of time. So once again we pack up all our belongs and hop on a boat to take us to town. Here we are dropped at ...
Today, we leave our peaceful spot in Santa Cruz and head to Antigua, Guatemala to join our 10 day Holy Werk Tour. But, first we will experience a Mayan Fire Ceremony. As a result of their Mayan heritage and the Spanish Catholic influence, the indigenous Mayans practice their traditional spirituality & rituals combined with their Catholic religious rituals.
Dora and I leave Santa Cruz by boat taxi to Panajachel where we meet our guide, Alex. Alex will be taking ...
... it all in.
That evening I met up with Sarah (from the El Salvador adventure), her boyfriend Carlos and one of her friends for dinner. We sat outside and had good food and good conversation with the sound of the band drifting from the restaurant out into the garden. It was a fun evening and I enjoyed it immensely.
The next morning I had an early start to catch a bus to Chichicastenego where there is a traditional Mayan market. Wow this place was a full on assault on ...
... light as we arrived really late and we needed to settle down and eat. El Portal looked like a cool place to stay.
November 3, 2014
Since we weren´t sure if to go to Semuc Champey with a guide or explore it by ourselves we had to get up earlier and make the final decision in the morning before 10.00 when the tour was supposed to begin. I woke up at 8.00 and went to take a shower which was a brave act considering the water was extremely cold. In ...
... activity the students went to the Fuentes Georgina's which is the hot springs I went to in my first week. I decided to go again and try survive without passing out, I did a better job as I didn't pass out but had to drink 2 litres of water whilst in the springs. This time there wasn't rain so the pool was even hotter and the majority decided that the "medium" pools were better. Wednesday was also the day that my host sister set me up on a blind ...