Mikaso Hotel Resto
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... cowboy hat. By the time we get there the market is busy, we have a look around and dodge the tuk tuks that try to battle through the people, and even have to get out of the way of a chicken bus that is even less likely to get through the narrow streets. My stomach had been turning walking to the market, I assumed from hunger so after the market we head back to town and visit Peter's cafe for breakfast. It's a vegetarian cafe, so I end up having ...
... and get less in touch with his feelings and waxing so lyrically. Jeez. I'd have been tempted to put this down to a woman writer but Dorian Gray was the same and that was written by Oscar Wilde. Just as well I didn't pay for it.
Despite only being 60km from here the rest of the ride took 2 hours down some barely-roads. Coming into the valley we were greeted by some impressive vistas. With lush green rolling hills it looked like something out of Hobbiton.
In town ...
... going to take us on a free hike up the overnight volcano tour since he used to lead tours a few years back. So I decided to change my plans and go back to Antigua with the group to do that.
We went out for a little bit to the Buddha bar, but honestly I felt a little uncomfortable or out of place with all the hippies there. So I went back pretty early and went to ...
Semuc Champey is a beautiful park known for its natural tiered turquoise pools surrounded by limestone. Although the hostel we are staying at offers tours to the park, we opted to do it ourselves today. Our hostel feels much more like summer camp than anything else, with its wooden cabins and outdoor bathrooms, El Portal Hostal is located in the middle of a Mayan community in the jungle right beside a fast flowing river. We definitely experienced being in the "jungle settings" last ...
... to transfer our stuff to that and get a lift down pretty much the worst road I have ever been down in a minibus (which you'd barely want to do in a fully functional 4x4, let alone a Toyota Hiace van with three brakes!). The driver, like most drivers in Guatelama, did not seem fazed by the winding, unsealed, rocky road on the edge of a cliff, though, and proceeded to drive the minibus like he was Lewis Hamilton, including overtaking another minibus on a blind ...