Hotel Jaguar Inn Santa Elena
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... is the highest point on the site. The view from the top was amazing, you could see the tops of two of the other temples above the trees, which is also how Tikal was originally discovered. We then went to see Temple V which was one of the most sacred temples - only the priest and ruler were allowed inside. Apparently they used to retire inside and take magic mushrooms in order to 'connect with the gods'. The Mayans also believed their rulers could time travel, I feel this may have ...
... where we had to go in on our backs so we could use the small breathing space available. The whole day was great fun and it really is a beautiful place.
Saturday was mostly a day of leisure. I felt like I needed it after 3 days of travelling and a day of fun and games at Semuc Champey. I did manage to visit the caves down the road with an Irish couple. The caves are huge, the walkway seemed to go for a long ...
... 45min through the jungle we then stood in the back of a 4WD truck, which was pretty cool. Due to the bus exchange, we didn't stop at an ATM as promised, so we were stuck in the hostel in the Guatemalan jungle with almost no money. For luck we had a few US Dollars we could use as well and traded our last Pesos we still had from Mexico for Quetzales with Alan we met in the bus to Flores, so we had just enough. The reason we came here was a cave tour we really ...
... br> After a quick lunch back at El Portal we headed out over the rickety bridge towards Ka'Ban cave. Most people had heard some stories about the cave tour - candles instead of torches and that there was water in cave so you'd get a bit wet. At the cave entrance, we were each given a candle and told to take off all our clothes and jandals, only togs in the cave...it seemed like the stories we had heard were true.
We lit ...
To keep our travels going for as long as possible, we started looking for work or volunteer opportunities in the next location. We signed up on WorkAway and emailed about 10 businesses in many different parts of Guatemala. With much luck, a hotel from Semuc Champey asked us to join their hotel as soon as possible.
So for the past 3 weeks, we managed a hotel/hostel called "Greengo's." The owners are Israeli and wanted someone who could speak English and ...