Hotel Jaguar Inn Santa Elena
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... it. From Panajachel I got a boat to Santa Cruz La Laguna, a Mayan village built 150 vertical metres up the hill from the shoreline, but my hostel (1) was right by the lake.
The lake is surrounded by mountains and from the hostel I had a great view of two of the volcanoes; Volcan Tolimán and Volcan San Pedro. Volcan Atitlán was hidden behind Volcan Tolimán. I didn't do a lot the rest of the day, except for a ...
Cool pools ontop of a limestone bridge.
Hard to explain check out the pic.
Basically there is a river that goes underground, below a limestone bridge that is maybe 300m long. ontop of this bridge is nice pools of clear water. So you can swim and diver etc... oh and slide ...
... by corrugated iron roofs. Your earlier act of generosity in swapping seats is rewarded by its position next to an open window. Perfect for your attempts to capture photos and videos and being able to avoid a layer of glass between you and nature outside. Although you do arrive at your destination slightly paler in skin tone and hair colour due to the thick layer of dust which has blown in from the dusty track and found a new home on you!
Heaven awaits you at your ...
... hand as water poured onto my face. As I was lowered further down and felt the ground a candle was somehow passed through to me. As I joined the group and had others come after we just all mused "what did we just do?!?" The rest of the way out was less eventful and once out of the cave we then came up to a very tall rope swing suspended by two large poles that flung those who were brave enough into the wide river. Of course Llew couldn't not do it and was one of the first after we ...
... seemingly into the rock, where he would grab our heads and guide them up. There was literally only just about room for your head above the water and below the cave roof but it was exciting and surprisingly light. We made our way along the cave, ducking under lower ceilings and emerging at different breathing spaces, before finally diving and swimming out from under a waterfall! Pretty amazing.
There were a few young local kids there messing around ...