Posada Belen Museo Inn
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- Airport Transportation
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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Wednesday involved a pretty long journey down from Todos Santos to Chichicastenango. We caught a very early morning chicken bus from Todos Santos to the crossroads at Chiantla and then a connecting bus on to Sacapulas, where we took the opportunity for a quick look around the little village, gentle river (with its scarily unstable looking road …
... again rudely awoken, this time by an earthquake!! A 4.9 magnitude earthquake shook us awake at 7am, with both Becky and I waking up thinking the other was shaking our beds! Being an earthquake goon I was a bit excited by this and then couldn't get back to sleep. Eventually emerging from our room we set out to explore the town and do some souvenir shopping, however it was a Saturday and was extremely busy and I felt unsafe for the first time of the trip. Unfortunately Swiss ...
... off for lunch in some random Guatemalan town and it was actually class. We had soup which I haven't had in months. There's a lot to be said for a decent bowl of soup and this bowl was like one of those you'd get in a place like 'Matt the threshers'. It was top notch. On the bus journey to Semuc Gilly and this French lad had a bit of a feud over the window. Gilly kept opening the window because he was Mick Boylan but everytime he opened the window the air would blast into ...
Met up with bernie and hit the markets to try find Halloween costume. Got a smoothie then raided the second hand market. Alex found us some scrubs. Bumped into UR and Ian at market. Met Claudia and nikky and her friend Amanda for lunch, had chicken korma. Claudia bernie and I wandered around went to arch bernie kept getting lost, had a couple of drinks, went back to hostel ...
... rests by this point, it was not a promising start. Unclipping my bag, I basically collapsed into a heap. We were offered the chance to have some local porters carry our bags up for us. I declined, for some unknown reason, and decided to try and carry on as I was.
The next 7 hours of hiking were, at worst, feeling like I could lose conciousness and die at any second - at best, not being able to breathe, feeling like I needed to sit down for about 30 minutes, and possibly ...