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Eigentlich wollten wir von Coban aus quer durchs Inland nach Quetzaltenango fahren. Davon hat man uns aber nachdrücklich abgeraten. Wir sind daher erst einmal nach Guatemala City gefahren und von dort aus dann auf der Panamerikana nach Quetzaltenango. Das war zwar erheblich weiter, aber die Panamericana ist in Guatemala zum größten Teil vierspurig …
... to me to stay completely still and not make a sound. At the time, I kind of had no idea what was going on, but I assumed we had come across some robbers which we had been told earlier were quite common on the trails. Turns out I later learnt that they were robbers with machetes. When we were walking as a group we had armed tourist police with us to avoid trouble, but as it was just us coming down, we had no one with us. We must have stayed hidden in those bushes for a good 20 ...
... out a very random mix of mariachi music, latino hip hop music and 1980s power ballards. They are called chicken buses because people regularly use them to transport goods to market, including live chickens, not because they ram people in like chickens!
If you read the travel advice for Central America you would never come here. The highest murder rates in the world, the centre of the world's drug trade and endemic corruption at all levels. Some guidebooks advise against ...
... your mind to it. :). The other amazing thing so far is the food- refried beans, tortillas, plantains, mangos... All super super tasty. Definitely think i shall be bringing back some tasty food ideas when i return. And lastly, it is VERY VERY RAINY. Which isn't too odd for rainy season, but it apparently is still quite unusual for it to be raining constantly for 24 hours! Cue purchase of umbrella- i predict I'll get through quite a few of ...
... almost everybody with whom we spoke. The lake itself was created 84,000 years ago following the massive Los Chocoyos eruption, which sent ash all the way from Ecuador to Florida and left the massive caldera that now forms the basin of the lake. Since then three new volcanos have emerged in the steeply walled caldera, helping to complete the landscape. At 340 meters, it is the deepest lake in Central America. Although it does lose water ...