Hotel La Posada
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... he was calm, afterwards he said that spider was bigger than he thought it would be and he was somewhat scared of it!
The location of this hostel couldn't be better for visiting Semuc Champey. It literally took us two minutes to walk to the entrance of the park. We had asked reception if the path is well signed to the lookout point and he assured us it was. It may be, but it's post signed in Spanish, which didn't help us much at all. We chose a sign with a simple word ...
... went back up the hill to Semuc Champey, which is basically a natural, Guatemalan equivalent of Wet and Wild, for some candlelit caving, complete with daredevil cliff jumps, which I am proud to say Megan did; more rope swing action, which involved me perfectly executing a 3m belly flop; a 10m bridge jump, which, seeing the state of the bridge, we were quite glad just to be off the bloody thing!; a 25 minute hike to view the beautiful pools of Semuc Champey, and a ...
We left at 8am and got to experience the Guatemala tank top which consists of an overweight man with a big belly wearing a polo shirt and rolling it up to create the GTT for short. The photo doesn't quite to it justice and I fully expect to see it at the London fashion week. The journey to Coban was 6hrs but it was a beautiful trip through the foothills and into the mountains. It was incredibly lush as we passed ...
... the group as a dance troop leader (Evan), kissing the bar tender (Amanda), kissing the chest of the opposite sex - and not your wife (me)…. So you can tell we had a ripper time.
The following morning, with foggy heads, we all woke to take advantage of the free yoga being offered. After an hour and fifteen minute session hangovers had gone the buzz of the day had arrived. It was then time for gourmet breakfasts, and to go on tour to see Semuc Chamepy, and the rest. By ...
... when he was sleeping and it was almost lying on my knees.... Really not nice when you consider the very bumpy road. But well, finally we got to Lanquin and from there we got picked up by our hotel. The road from Lanquin to Semuc Champey are only 9 km, but it's a veeeery bad road, your stomach keeps revolving for almost 45 minutes.
The hotel we stayed at was called "Las Marias" and the best thing about it was the fact that it was 10 minutes ...