Hotel Dos Mundos
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... is absolutely spectacular. It is so GREEN! We’ve spent many hours in a van this week but the forested rolling hills and mountains along our way have made the long rides a highlight of the week.
Here are the other highlights of our past week, in chronological order:
- The old-world town of Flores - Flores is an island attached to the mainland by a causeway. Its narrow streets are all cobblestone and the old buildings are ...
Despite having a very important trivia title to defend I couldn't muster up the energy to go and so we will have to reclaim the title next week !!
The rest of the week was pretty low key as I tried to not get myself more sick but on Thursday we visited "megapacker" this is the ultimate thrift shop and you can virtually buy anything from here. Every item that is in the store is straight from america and you can find some ...
... some, we were all sat down and ready...for a photo!! Sighs of relief could be heard in Mexico as we broke apart and looked over the edge from a better vantage point. It was a good 10 metre drop down into the river where it re-emerged from it's underground journey, we weren't going any further downstream. We made our way back upstream, stopping on the way to swim into a cave underneath one of the terraces and to jump off the 3m terrace ...
... br> To ensure that we see some of the other parts of the lake, Amanda and I did some small excursions to the neighbouring towns to have a looksie. First place was actually the town that we were staying just out of San Marco. Whilst a nice small town with coffee shops and small stores, it is extremely hippie, so much so that it really didn’t resonate with us at all. The second little outing was to San Pedro, one of the largest town around the lake, a place that we ...
... me. Having Holly meant I didn't need to worry as she did it enough for both of us.
The group arrived back from caveing and after there stories of small spaces and scratched stomachs I am not regretting my decision to skip the tour. Claire returned and told us that the couple we had see when leaving Semuc Champey had been held up and robbed at machete point, merely me hour after we had been at the mirador. Just shows it can happen to anyone.
I was ...