Hotel La Posada
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... herself. She was a little weird back in the day and doesn't seem to have changed. Interesting story though: her brother is one of the owners, and she was bored of life so she sacked everything in and just came. That was about two years ago. It's not clear whether she actually does anything or contributes but good for her.
For me, drinking wise the evening was less intense than last ...
... short but muddy hike up a mountainside to a viewpoint over Semuc Champey. We walked out onto the view platform that jutted out from the cliff side and the natural limestone bridge and turquoise blue pools of Semuc Champey revealed themselves. The colour is incredible. A strong bright turquoise blue that sharply stands out from the surrounding green jungle. The natural stepped formation was created by the Cahab˛n River, which now flows under it. But some water still passes over the ...
... at our hostel to pick us up at 8AM, I immediately was reminded of being back in Asia. The bus wasn't really a bus. It was an old, beat-up minivan with a cracked windshield. Our luggage was thrown on the top of the minivan along with that of the other six travellers coming for the ride and once it was strapped in, away we went. The first couple hours were fairly uneventful. The roads were paved for the most part and at some point, the minivan boarded a "boat" that drove ...
... booze and ciggies) is that this god accepts all wishes. People put candles down coloured the type of wish they have made for example red is for romance, black is for bad things. When I went there was lots of black candles. It's not uncommon for people to do live sacrifices on animals and babies, my teacher said she goes to the church every week to give food to parents so they don't sacrifice their kids. It's super sad and so I decided I should probably not ...
... 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 ...