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Après avoir traversé la douane et le temps d'arriver à Huehuetenango il n'y a plus de bus pour Quetzaltenango. Nous restons donc 1 nuit ici.
When we arrived at Semuc Champey, a series of cascading limestone pools it was packed with locals all making the most of relax time on their holiday. We had to cue for about 30 minutes to enter the pools but it was worth the wait. The pools looked incredible, the water aqua green, it was even more impressive viewing the pools from a height! This involved climbing for 20 minutes at a rapid rate, thanks to James!! When at the top we had 6 minutes to be ...
... an interesting one. I’ve clearly mellowed as that room could have been a wildlife sanctuary in its own right and I didn’t freak out. I swatted about ten mosquitos and watched an army of ants march through the whole place. Then I discovered the shower only had brown water. I shrugged and went to bed. Whatevs.
And this is where I shall leave it for today. Tune in next time for tales of the lake and beyond in what was the best ten days ever.
Hasta luego amigos!
... Gonzalo woke up as well and we went to have breakfast together.
Even if the tour wasn´t generally expensive we finally decided to wander around Semuc Champey by ourselves. Firstly, we were a bit short of cash because we forgot to withdraw money back in Flores. In any case we could still have paid in US Dollars. But secondly and most importantly, we wanted to walk on our own pace. The tour cost Q150 per person and included the park entry fee (Q50), the ...
... renamed Commodores. Villages seem happy to dump their rubbish just out of the town where vultures play.
Huehuetango is our destination we head into the centre. This is a transit town and extremely busy.
Mileage on bike when entered Guatemala 73552
Mileage covered in Mexico 3569
Total mileage to-date 19602
28 days in Mexico
Average daily mileage ...