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We had a long drive ahead of us today, about 5 hours so we decided to wake up early and get going. The drive was relatively easy apart from some awkward humps which loved to scrape the bottom of the car and a novel river crossing which consisted of driving onto a steel raft powered by a motor boat! The river was only a 2 minute crossing but we were impressed by the effort they went to, to allow us to cross the other side.
We finally arrived in Coban in the ...
... an interesting one. I’ve clearly mellowed as that room could have been a wildlife sanctuary in its own right and I didn’t freak out. I swatted about ten mosquitos and watched an army of ants march through the whole place. Then I discovered the shower only had brown water. I shrugged and went to bed. Whatevs.
And this is where I shall leave it for today. Tune in next time for tales of the lake and beyond in what was the best ten days ever.
Hasta luego amigos!
... selling some food at the entrance to the park we decided to support their local community and have lunch over there. It was a very good meal for Q25 (piece of chicken, rice, beans, salad and three tortillas).
From Semuc Champey we walked towards the Grutas K´anba. In order to explore the caves one was supposed to wade through its dark waters while holding candlelight. We decided not to enter not only because of the admission fee (Q60 per person), which we ...
... punch out our 5 hours of class and then sleep. That Sunday was one I won't forget as the atmosphere and passion is unlike I have seen before.... And 2 litre beers were $4 Tuesday I decided to try give myself a little haircut but after the first few cuts all the bad memories from the last time I tried came rushing into my head again. I tried my hardest and I don't think to much damage was done and so in conclusion although I don't think ...
... off with all our bags without telling anybody what he was up to. He was gone close to 30-minutes before coming back....apparently he needed air for the tires from down the road. We had all started to plan what we would do if he didn't come back....it almost made me happy that he was gone because it would mean the torture of the trip would be over. We got in to Lanquin late at night and were thankfully picked up by our hostel because ...