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... professionals. We visited a dive shop just a few doors away from us, and were greeted by the most enthusiastic man about diving. We agreed to go with that company the following day for two dives, paid the deposit, and went on our merry way back to the hostel. The pool was closed unfortunately, so we couldn't have a refreshing dip. We also discovered that the person who had cleaned our room had not only not locked it afterwards, but they had also broken ...
The next morning we ventured out ot the centre of downtown with the urge to have some Mexican food. Anything with a bit of taste in it would be welcome after the food in Cuba! What followed was us nearly killing ourselves with habanero sauce which is one of the hottest in the world. Our taste buds still worked thankfully. Also we ventured into a supermarket and we were astounded at what we saw. It was a normal equivalent to tesco but we felt like a fat kid in ...
... ul>Mayan Village
- Walking through caverns and caves
- Pre-Hispanic performance
- Traditional dance of the Mayan Village
- Owl dance
- Maya drums and chants
- We only saw two sad looking jaguars (or mountain lions) walking from one end to the other end on their island.
- In this cemetery, ancestors are remembered with respect, but ...
... the other way absolutely rave about the beauty of this place. Our hostel was atypical of Central, and infinity pool looking over the river and valley below where lush forestry grows around. We were getting our Benmy Cousins on, buzzing for the next day already.
Semuc Champey (local dialect for "Storm under the rock" is a series of natural pools created by the river and rock formations of the area. The river lies at the foot of this cavernous tree lined canyon, ...
... the bar by a slatted wooden partition. There's also a few tables outside, and I think more seating upstairs but I didn't look. I ordered a flask of the house sake (Ozeki - hot please - I confirmed at Roy's in Honolulu that cold sake sake just doesn't work for me, regardless of the ambient temperature) - and some edamame to nibble on while I sipped my drink. For main I ordered the mixed tempura.
The sake and edamame arrived almost straight away, and there was a ...