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So today was supposed to be our lie in day and I woke up at 5.50am! Noo! Everyone was awake by 6.30am so we headed down for breakfast by the river, it was scrumptious! The menu all sounded so good it took us all a while to make a decision, in the end I went for the French toast that was made with a sweet custard instead of eggs, with banana and honey! Vicky and I then had some hammock time while Kelly and Rachel caught up some ...
... town where we stopped for the night. Our 'ferry' was a rowing boat with a motor, that took our busload of people across the river. It was very cool. Leg 10 was a super packed minibus on the way to Coban, one which showed there was no capacity limit for the bus (there were people on the roof!) The highlight was when the tyre needed to be changed in the middle of nowhere- then after a few minutes, someone ran towards ...
Q: The Guatemala civil war: Although located in the Americas, the story of Guatemala's history has often been absent from our textbooks and teachings. What struck you about today's lecture? Has it broadened your understanding of geopolitics, and in particular the US's role in international politics?
I'm embarrassed to admit that before reading the book, "I, Rigoberta Menchú" I knew little/next to nothing about the Guatemala civil war. The ...
... I went into the river below, landing painfully on my side. Nursing my injury, yet trying to stay strong we walked with our tubes to the top of the river and launched in with out inflatable tyres. This was a very pleasant experience, and the 10 minute journey, despite the slight rain, was a good chance to relax, especially because of what was coming up next.
Adventure #3 - Bridge Jump
There is a bridge across the river that is a ...
... the current, good fun. People then had the chance to jump off a bridge into the river but none of our three took the plunge!
After this we went into the main park and headed onto a short uphill hike that would give us views over the whole park. The hike took about twenty minutes and along the way we came across another poisonous snake. We were all just walking along behind our guide when he started roaring ‘be careful’ so ...
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