Hotel Restaurante Dulce y Salado
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... pants, and pants and nikkers are what we call underwear. They also say this funny expression that Anthony and I have adopted and its "go on then".. We also have started to talk like them a bit because we are spending so much time with the English. We love them! Anyways after lunch we went through these caves with a candle light. One candle each going through this pitch black cave. We had to walk up ladders, climb up waterfalls, swim through wih one hand while the other ...
... and there a only one way out of here if you haven't got your own car and that's the 7am shuttle.
The alarm goes off and putting tiredness to one side we head off to see and do what we had come to here for. Semuc Champey is famous (in these parts) for having a river that runs on top of another river.
We could have stayed in the town of Lanquin and made the 45 minute journey to Semuc Champey on a tour. The town had more choice for accommodation and places ...
... hard day. I spent my time between the poolside and a hammock. It took about an hour to eat a burger. Definitely not winning.
The first two beers in the evening were very hard, but life felt a little better after that. Cusco Matt turned up today. Or more specifically turned up last night (but couldn't find me apparently. Strange. I was around). It was good catching up, having just ...
... short but muddy hike up a mountainside to a viewpoint over Semuc Champey. We walked out onto the view platform that jutted out from the cliff side and the natural limestone bridge and turquoise blue pools of Semuc Champey revealed themselves. The colour is incredible. A strong bright turquoise blue that sharply stands out from the surrounding green jungle. The natural stepped formation was created by the Cahab˛n River, which now flows under it. But some water still passes over the ...
It had been about two hours since we had stopped at the barricade and as a small group of us were taking turns going into this man's yard, someone else from our bus yelled it was time for us to go. We rushed back to the minivan. The barricade had been lifted and there were dozens of locals surrounding the road and being very selective about who was going to be allowed to go through the detour. This detour though, was hardly a paved road. It was muddier than the ...
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