Hotel Posada Don Juan Matalbatz
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... of action for our stay. There were three things we wanted to do, the cave and Semuc Champey tour, tubing on the river as well as a chocolate making tour. We decided that we would decide what to do when we woke up and saw the weather the next day. Off to bed we went only to find a scorpion on the "wall sheeting" right near where Kev's pillow was. Off Kev went to call for assistance in the removal of the scorpion. We checked our bungelow, linin on the beds and pillows ...
... and played pool for a bit with more Australians, Jack, Tristan, Dayne, Henry, and Tom and his English girlfriend Hannah. The night started very slowly but ended up being another crazy, out of control night with various drinking games and an obscene amount of shots. It was a great night with a plethora of laughs.i went to bed way earlier than most again, maybe I'm getting boring in my old age. ...
... wasn't any room to move at all. A couple of them sat on the bench with us, while the rest of them stood or crammed in any way they could. Many were standing on the outside of the truck just hanging on and others were sitting on top of the bars hanging over the road.
The drive from Lanquin to Semuc Champey lasted about an hour and it was bumpy and hilly. We were sitting and we were having a hard time just holding on. I could only imagine how the people who were ...
... about mechanically. However, when they said 'tyre' they actually meant 'wheel', which is a much more worrying state of affairs and our luck ran out about an hour out of Lanquin when a horrendous screeching sound could be heard coming from the back-left wheel. The driver was happy to carry on oblivious but we collectively decided that we didn't fancy going around some of the most treacherous, winding mountain roads in the world with a wheel on fire! So, there ...
... you talking about Willis” I might hear you ask, well picture this - a torrential river (grade 5 rafting) rushing downhill and under a naturally formed 300m long limestone bridge, and then popping out the other end with as much gusto. Atop the bridge is a number of naturally formed turquoise rock pools that step down stream, allowing tourists to swim around and then jump, dive, step or slip into the next pool. You might be mistaken thinking that this water has come from ...