Hotel Posada Don Juan Matalbatz
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... appreciate it. So I was dizzy as a spinning top. It was bad. Matt took me to the first doctor who decided that I had picked up something in Barbados that I was struggling to get rid of and gave me some antibiotics. The next day I was due to go with Corinne out to a place along the coast called Los Cobanos so I hoped they would kick in quickly. Corinne works in sustainable tourism and had been setting up a few volunteer programs and we were going to meet a girl called Sarah (who ...
... rain, going down the dirt/mud and gravel roads to Semuc Champey. The 10kms took a solid 45 mins or so. Was unbelievable views along the track and dodging other cars on the slightly larger than one car laneway was a good laugh. Such a great experience. We arrive at the caves we are going exploring and swimming and change into our swimmers and joggers. The group in front of us is much larger and would make for a more difficult chance to hear the guides and understand ...
... five minutes later we were back out in the open air, I don't think I've ever been so glad to see daylight! I have the feeling that that was the start and end of my caving career. To finish off the day we were going to tube down part of the river - much more my cup of tea! All I needed was a cocktail in hand and it would have been perfect! All to soon it was time to climb back in to the back of the pick up with our ice ...
... if Stewardo has found any "Guapa" chicas. Fortunately I have advanced enough in Spanish to know how to respond now........"Si"
We decided to go for a walk up to a famous mountain "boulo" that has long concrete slides once you reach the peak. After getting told to be careful and watch out for bandits along the road we trekked a little faster up the side of the hill are took in the views of our home town Xela. 45 minutes ...
... dogs to eat. Men were shot along a line. Women were often sexually abused and raped repeatedly. Mayans were manipulated and recruited by the government to abuse and kill their own people. Whole families were killed if a family member was a suspected member of the guerrilla or if he/she was too vocal about the events that were unfolding. Everybody was afraid so everybody kept quiet.
The atrocities of past events reinforces the importance of being politically aware. ...