Hotel Vista Real Guatemala
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... friends disappeared during this conflict. The young boys were vulnerable because they were students and the government viewed education as a threat. Some things don’t change.
After settling into our hotel we walked a few blocks for a nice dinner at Casa Chapina.
... Mari and I had a quick bite and we made our way to Guatemala city via Antigua. Antigua was quite a unique little city – the roads were essentially made of cobble stone and there was a Sunday fair going on, so managed to take a look at that as well. There were some people playing some instruments and people dancing around them – very nice. We only spent about an hour in Antigua and then made our way to the hostel that we stayed in before we took our flight the next ...
... now the lava had a top layer covering it which was hard, black. The brittle airy rocks where only a shallow covering as the red lava was still flowing beneath it. Pockets of steam where pouring from the ground as we looked from afar. The next stage of the hike we scrambled down the very rocky terrain and right onto the black rock sitting on top of the boiling lava. Apart of me was like, well this is kind of crazy. Playing around right next to a steaming angry volcano that has just ...
... charge. After deciding on the quiet Lago de Atitlán area as the perfect place to lay low and avoid detection, he further enhanced his concealment by dramatically switching his identity from American drug dealer to expat American drug dealer.
"It’s perfect, bro, it’s the last thing they’d expect" he explained.
He also vehemently rejected the suggestion that his unwashed clothes, pungent body odour and numerous broken teeth were ...
... missed him by one day in San Cristóbal, and won't be able to visit him in Oaxaca, but now we could drink one last beer together.
Next we went to Semuc Champey. We visited the cave K'anba where we had to swim and climb with a flashlight for 2.5km! Best cave visit of my life! And afterwards we visited Semuc Champey, a stepped series of pools on top of a natural limestone 300m-long 'bridge'. What a view! ...