Hotel Restaurante Dulce y Salado
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... How can you resist a tube-delivered cold beverage while tubing down a Guatemalan river? They know their market too well! Once we hopped out, we then walked up to a bridge, our next death-defying jump! Ok so perhaps not death-defying but the whole 'jump off high stuff into fast flowing stuff' still rattles me! Especially seeing as I was all set to jump standing on top of the bridge and the guide tells me to be careful because a tourist once broke ...
... boys, I am a mother, not a person. People don’t need to learn my name-they call me “mamma”, or “the mother”.
“The mother is here to pay”, the waiter says to the cashier.
“The mother can sit here,” the guide says, indicating three seats.
While I travel as a mother, I sigh a lot and double check for passports. I kiss foreheads and declare “Isn’t this ...
... 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 ...
... those books made it to where they needed to be.
But anyway, I digress. Today I went in the opposite direction, away from the mall and towards the park and the market. The park was in the shape of a big oval with the market area at the far side. It was a nice walk around with lots of people running with their dogs or playing football on the pitches in the centre. It was a well-used park and that was nice to see. Then I had a wander around the market. You know, you can get ...
... They have tropical pine trees here. After a while we seemed to descend back into the rainforest, parting of the main road to a bumpy road, it didn't seem the minibus was up to the job, yet we made it just about. Parts of the track were pretty muddy and steep, so hats off to the driver, wish he could say that back to me! (BAD JOKE SILENCE) We arrived in Lanquin, the closest town to the Semuc Champey. ...
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