- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to pay it. It also turned out that almost everybody had been charged a different amount ranging from Q70 until Q200 per person. This always happens while taking an organized tour from an agency, no matter which country you visit.
Finally we departed at about 10.00 and headed towards Rio Dulce where we arrived 3,5 hours later. Even though the first part of the trip seemed to be quite smooth and we were expecting to arrive in Semuc Champey within 4 hours, ...
... cared even after my numerous attempts to pick up girls with the "I'm famous" line. The week was pretty tough in terms of spanish as my content is getting very complicated. I am starting to get very frustrated with myself as I know what I should be saying but then just say the wrong word. The order of spanish sentences is almost the opposite to English. Apparently there is a rule in Guatemala that if you start drinking on Monday you have to drink everyday ...
... turquoise pools, a popular swimming attraction. We spent the morning climbing to the look out point where you get a great view of Semuc Champey, we then went swimming (having our feet being nibbled/cleaned by those tiny fish you see throughout Asia and Europe), sliding and jumping off rocks. It was a lot of fun, and we were definitely ready for lunch by the time it rocked around. After enjoying some local cuisine, we ...
... they were going to have to cut him off. We all headed to bed at about 9.30pm, honestly thinking it was probably around 4am! It's always good having a night like that once in a while.
The second day tour we were doing was the caving and Semuc Champey park. We were again bundled into the back of the cattle truck and drove on a terrible road down in to the park. The 9km journey took us close to an hour! The caves are a series of tunnels ...
... our wet gear from yesterday up so it dries for the weekend. The one thing about traveling in a country where it is so humid is that nothing every dries and everything ends up smelling disgusting.
Holly and I were still both feeling quite worn out from our last 3 days of travel and I was desperate for a shower. We both got freshened up and realised it is actually freezing in Antigua in comparison to anywhere else. We decided to go for a walk around the main square and ...