Posada El Delfin
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On Saturday morning I was invited to watch my cousins football game. After a big night on friday night it was tough getting up at 7 to make the trek out on a chicken bus with my little sister. The field was pretty sketchy with patches of long grass but the quality was good. My cousin scored 2 goals and we won 3-1, it's interesting listening to the coach (also my uncle) get angry in Espanyol. Some how after the game I was subtly conned into buying ice creams ...
... alike and famed for it's Tapada. We didn't really know what Tapada was but thought we ought to order it regardless. What was brought to the table was a huge bowl of coconut cream based soup full of huge prawns, a whole crab in the shell and a whole fried fish - and we had one each!!
Back in Hacienda Tijax, without the breeze from being on the boat we retreated to the swimming pool to cool off.
... diabetes and SIDA.
We weren't just limited to talking about medicine though. We also talked about a subject that's close to my heart...food. Haha. She taught me the word for "sesame" (ajonjolí) because we were talking about traditional Guatemalan cookies (rosca) that look like onion rings, but with sesame seeds on top. They are muy ricos! They are usually eaten only on holidays though and with café, of course! She taught me about a typical dish from ...
... before was rolls royce transport compared to cage in the back of a truck that we had to stand on for the 45 minute trek to Semuc! It was pretty funny watching us hold on for dear life as we were thrown from side to side on the rock path. The odd local sometimes hopped on the back for a ride! Our first stop was the caves. Candles in-hand we made our way into caves...it was a little bit of a challenge swimming through water with one hand in the ...
... t quite achieve the 9.8 landing i was going for and got a mildly bruised left glutice maximus and a ripped pair of shorts for my troubles! Like i said, it was f*#king high!
Now that all the messing was done with, we got around to checking out what we came to see. The limestone pools. The best view involved a