Hotel San Buenaventura de Atitlan
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... line and we tested out how to use our right hand to slow ourselves down. I was pretty nervous but off we went! There were 7 zip lines in total and first we had to climb up the mountain to the first one. We saw monkeys on the way up. The zip lines ranged in distance from 81 to 310 metres. The quickest zip line going 18 metres per second. The long zip lines were awesome with views out over the lake. The fast ones were pretty fun too! Think these were my first proper zip lines! ...
... met us at our hotel in the morning and we walked a short distance to the shop where we picked up the bikes. We rode a few minutes to the dock and boarded a boat to take us to the nearby village of Tzunana. Along the way, we saw beautiful views of the mountains and the lake. This boat was definitely simple and the ride was bumpy with water splashing into the boat during the half hour ride. Once we arrived in Tzununa, a village of about 1000 locals, and no ...
... to jump very quickly and start going back. It was a nice activity, but I would recommend saving it for warmer days.
Before we exited Semuc Champey we went to see the largest waterfall where the river leaves the tunnel. The river was pretty strong in this part as well; however, it would be probably suitable for rafting. At this point we said goodbye to an Argentinian couple, Maite and Martin, we got to meet inside the national park. Since there were several ...
... was of how heavy and hot these clothes were but they are worn all the time in this region, at home, in the villages and to work the fields. I would die of heat stroke if I had to wear these for more than a few minutes and I did need help getting out of the outfit.
The van met us in San ...
... colours. We stayed in a lovely hotel right along Lake Peten Itza. We wandered the circular streets, took in the view from the top of the island, watched the sunset from 'Sky Bar’, and ate street food delivered to market by boat. I went for a swim in the lake and the algae-smell of it reminded me of Lake Minnewasta back home!