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... same things as us and one other tour group, so also considering how big the collection of pools are it was quite quiet. Like a secret natural water fun park, with nature providing all the amusement rides. A seriously cool place. And strikingly beautiful.
A little wrinkled like prunes we left the water and made our way back to the truck. Deciding to stand on the back to save our bums, we clung to the bars on the rear of the cab and this also felt like ...
... I grabbed on and positioned myself. He then tried to despatch me but my body rebelled and wouldn’t let go of him, every time he tried to prise my hand off, instinct kicked in and I grabbed it again until he finally had to basically shove me in! The ‘hole’ dropped me into another cavern where I plunged into some freezing deep water before emerging to see Colleen and Ryan at the edge waiting. Not that scary in the end! The guide ...
... and disemboweled in South Africa earlier this year. In contrast to Pistorious’ model wife, she also only had one photograph of herself--- a solemn identity photograph.
These thoughts continued to swirl around in my mind on my last bus ride from Chisec to Coban the following day.
An hour into our 2-hour journey we stopped and picked up 3 people. A stumbling elderly lady, what ...
... Floating down the river enjoying a beer in the afternoon was a great way to end the excursion.
When we returned to Hostal El Portal, we played a few games of yahzee over dinner, and joined in another game of giant jenga with some new friends. Lights (and power!) was off at 10pm again, which was probably for the best as we had to be up at 6am for another long bus ride.
Off to Tikal!
... natural beauty. We left exhausted but refreshed by the swim and amazed by what we’d seen.
Night’s were early at Utopia as the generator turned off at 10pm. Candles replaced incandescent globes and those who wanted to party were moved out to the firepit down by the river at the bottom. We deserved a helping of peppery pasta soup that night which was mind-blowingly good. Princess the Border Collie didn’t think so. She licked away most of the soups gravy but ...
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