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... goes away. We went from blue sky to no vision within 5 minutes. A well earned siesta was waiting for me when I got home.
Tuesday we had an activity which was a trip to a carnival "fiesta patronal de San Juan". This carnival was awesome, they had every type of carnival food and the games and rides were straight out of the 80s. One of the most popular "rides" was playing table soccer haha. We tried our luck on one of the Giant Ferris wheels which was ...
... or AIDS) and VIH (HIV) are stigmatized diseases in Guatemala. The medicines used to treat the symptoms of VIH/SIDA are free and available to the public however, they are often not utilized due to the stigmatization of these diseases. Many Guatemalans would just "rather not know" instead of being screened. Unfortunately, their partners are at risk for contracting diseases since many Guatemalan males don't use condoms and have multiple relations. According ...
... to be the loudest most annoying person we have met on the trip...I don't think anyone will beat him! After a few small pitstops along the way, five hours later we arrived in Coban. Kathy could no longer feel her coccyx but on the positive she now has guns of steel!! Thankfully, 4 people got off in Coban so the last few hours were a little less painful...having said that the dirt track from Coban to Lanquin was quite the bumpy experience. We arrived ...
What an amazing place!
Spent the first half of the day engaged in some fairly risky activities where you definitely need to be aware of your own personal safety!The word "sketchy" was being thrown around quite a lot.
After a 1 hour ride in the back of a pick up truck we made it to the Semuc Champey park.
First we did a bit of caving using some candles to guide us with a water fall climb and ...
... explore then waited for the sun to set to see the thousands of bats race their way out of the cave! The following day we jumped on a truck to 'semuc champey,' This place was amazing. Firstly we all lit up a candle and swam/crawled through a huge cave full of waterfalls, a little scary at first but defiantly worth it! We then had the chance to swing ...
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