Hotel La Posada
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... is a stepped series of pools of cool flowing water that's good for swimming. The water is from Rio Cahabon and much more of it passes underground, beneath the bridge. Although this bit of paradise is diffiulct to reach, the beauty of it's setting and the perfection of the pools, which range from tourquise to emerald green make it all worthwhile."
We started the day with a tough 20minute sweat soaking climb to a view point over the whole ...
... candle to help guide us through; little did we know that most of the cave was flooded i.e. we had to swim whilst holding the candle above the water! We soon came to realise that the Guatemalans have little regard for health and safety as we scrambled up slippery rocks and jumped into small pools of water from treacherous heights; we all survived with only a few scratches and it was a fantastic experience which we all loved! ...
... Walked back to dump tubes and guide saying he'd like to give me a present and take me to a part of Semuc champey where I could see the blue water! Then by the toilets he told me to come here and tried to put his tongue down my throat - hilarious! We then got driven to lunch spot, got another beer and some rank chocolate. Kids so so cute! Funny with their English too 'maybe later'. Starting to peel on back of legs. Then after lunch drove ...
... Germany destroy Brazil and then Argentina sneak a win in penalties. Argentina vs holland was a good game because there is a large holland community here and all Guatemalans now go for Argentina, I was 90% sure there would be riots after as things got very heated during the penalties. It's now Friday and I'm in a buss with 7 others heading to the beach. I nearly forgot mums birthday but then realised I technically still have a day... I think I made it up with the photo attached. Adios ...
... in all Guatemala.
We decided to go along with a group tour. We are realising that with a guide you get a bit more out of wherever you are in terms of additional gems of information and hidden or obscure things being pointed out. It was a reasonably small group too, so enough for Tselo, our 16 year old guide, to shepherd along.
It was not going to be as straight forward as walking to the pools and jumping in, we had ...