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... but left to my own devices I'd find myself well behind everyone else, which meant a lot of paddling to catch up. Not too sure why either, I'm not fat and I'd even swapped tubes with no improvement. For the most part the river was calm, but there were some very light currents in places, and shallow bits where you really had to lift your bum. Stuart managed to flip his tube and the girls inexplicably lost their GoPro but there ...
... until the next day when I returned to the locker to find the lock cut and all my cash gone. They didn't touch the passports, credit cards or Australian dollars, just the Quetzales they saw me counting the other day. So it must have been an opportunistic thing - they saw me flashing a bunch of cash, waited till night and broke it and took it. It was all the money I had withdrawn to use for the rest of Guatemala, around $140. This late in the trip, with cash being as tight as it is, ...
... like that our minivan stopped and we were swarmed by a couple dozen people who were there to either offer us accommodations or transport us to our final destination, Semuc Champey, which was still nearly an hour away.
We did have the company who sold us our bus ticket arrange a hostel for us, so somehow we found someone from that hostel who quickly loaded us in the back of a 4 X 4 that would take us to Semuc Champey. Our luggage was thrown in the back and ...
So, it seems Glenn and Judy have been looking for an excuse to visit Semuc Champey for who knows how long. We were happy to be that excuse. Not only did we want to see the limestone pools after seeing pictures, we would get to experience them with Glenn and Judy! What a memory it was. The site is deep in the jungle, off the beaten path. Once ...
... not many Guatemalans have facebooks. There was actually a commercial for Facebook being advertised on Guatemalan tv.
USA: In the US, there isn't a need for facebook to be advertised. One is socially excluded without a facebook account.
Guatemala: The dress is conservative. The people don't ask for much, neither want much. They are content.
USA: Everything is flashy. ...
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