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... the jungle mountain peaks surrounding them was more magical than David Copperfield. Instead of staying in Lanquin and having to get a truck ride to Semuc, we stayed in an Israeli owned hostel just a few minutes walk to the reserve. Here we had our first real experience with the infamously known Israeli backpackers that out number any other nationality in Central America. They are the rudest pack of twerps I have ever encountered, (even though they invited me to play volley ...
... so went with them. We had dinner at this crepe house that was amazing, the service was so so so fast and they were delicious. We shared a savoury one with chicken and avacado and then both had a sweet one, Tilly had Nutella, banana and icecream whilst I went for something a bit different and had white chocolate and strawberry! Because it was our second from last night and it was a Saturday we went our for a few drinks.. We ended up having such a crazy night me and Tilly bought ...
... Rach had a minor fall but made it relatively unscathed.
In the deepest part of the cave we climbed up this very precarious rock face to take a plunge into the pool beneath us. This was about a 4m drop and we had to try to avoid the overhanging rock structures and aim it just right in the center of the pool. Scary, yet exhilarating stuff.
On the return journey our guide took us another way out which led to ...
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Mark done a hike up volcano Pacaya one afternoon. It was a steep slog and a misty day so the view was terrible but once we hiked over a mountain and down a ridge on the side of the volcano, it cleared up. We we’re walking over magma, lava that has cooled down, It was very hollow and sharp. We winded our way over the magma to a section of the volcano where we got to see lava. It was under all the magma so we could only see the glow ...