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After a failed adventure up into the western highlands of Guatemala, we returned to the Gringo Trail, still suffering from blocked sinuses, but excited to see the famous pools of Semuc Chamey. The few days we spent here were some of the best and worst of our time in Guatemala.
Let me start with the best.
Since we decided not to book a tour we had to make our way the 9 kms from the town of Lanquin to the Semuc Champey national park ourselves. This meant a bumpy winding ...
... walking around. We walked back to the area where the trucks were stuck in the mud and watched people try to get them out. Unlike Asia, it didn't seem like people in this village were overly friendly, but it could have been due to a language barrier. Not all the people here speak Spanish, it appeared, but some kind of a local language. A few girls on our bus, including Garyn, really had to go to the bathroom, so we'd spend the next little bit trying to find one. We ...
Well, we've had another very busy day! We started with a breakfast of beans and eggs, and Nutella stuffed french toast! Then we went back up to Mission House to sort school supplies and loaded them on the bus for our village visit today. We then went down to the warehouse to load 50 food bags for distribution, as well. I've been wondering all week where they purify the water that is all over the place here, and that we've been drinking like crazy - I finally saw ...
We've had a very good day on campus. Breakfast was beans, eggs, and pancakes! Church was at 9:30 am, so we all walked over to get a seat. It was pretty warm inside, so we all sat by the windows and were thankful for the few breezes that blew in. The service started out with praise music in Spanish, and I was happy to recognize a few of the opening songs we sang: Trading My Sorrows, Revelation Song, Open the Eyes of My Heart, and a few others I ...
We've had a fantastic day! Very easy and lots of fun. Who can guess what we had for breakfast?? You got it! We had beans and scrambled eggs, and we also had papaya again. After breakfast we headed to a waterfall about 30 minutes away, on the Pasabien River. We all jumped in the water and swam and played and enjoyed some time relaxing in the sun. The water here was much colder than the river right here that ...