Hotel La Posada
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We were a little sad to leave Flores as we boarded the shuttle bus on our way to Semuc Champey. We had 8 hours travel ahead of us and would have much rather been out and about doing stuff. But, hey the next part of our journey awaited us.
Semuc Champey is pure natural beauty and you can only get to Lanquin and Semuc Champy ...
The tall Australians were initially supposed to leave the hostel at 4 am for their next destination so I woke up at 4 to say goodbye to them. I freaked out when I found their beds empty and their bags still there. I knew they were fine and still partying, but I still was worried. So after that I couldn't sleep too well and instead stayed up messaging C.J. till almost 5 am. I eventually did fall back ...
... barricade! This time though, we didn't have to wait as the villagers opened it for us and we were on our way. It took another hour or so on a rocky, bumpy, unpaved road, but then we were back on paved roads. The next bunch of hours of our drive were uneventful.
At about 5PM, we were closing in on our destination when the roads became bumpy and rocky again. As we turned down the street to go towards Lanquin, a hitchhiker asked our driver if he could have a ...
... to cheer with everyone of the wolfpack. At the end we got to jump off the bridge, which was around 8m high and I really wished they had told us before and not after we jumped that there were rocks under the water on the left side. For luck nobody got injured. Semuc was a great adventure you probably could not do anywhere else in the world, at least not in the western world as there was a million safety issues that would cause some headaches in Germany or Australia. ...
... we were welcomed, as Americans, into the country. Everyone went above and beyond to make sure that we were safe, happy and healthy in their country.
USA: We tend to close our doors to foreigners instead of welcoming them into our country. Many foreigners are left without accessibility to vital resources or social support systems. They are often isolated.
Guatemala: People passing on ...