Posada El Delfin
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... it was 100% cacao we could only eat tiny bits at a time. Vicky and I definitely preferred the cardamon chocolate, while Rachel and Kelly only liked the cinnamon! After we got back from chocolate tasting we had a lazy afternoon in the hammocks by the river. For dinner the lodge put on an Italian buffet. The lasagne was particularly good (though still not a patch on yours mum!) and there was lots of salad and roast beetroot and ...
... the side of a mountain getting many strange looks from both locals and other gringo's. This is the day we beat the system.
After giving my number out to many people and getting no messages in return I have decided my phone is broken and my family and I made the trip to a big market that sold everything, we walked up to the back of a van and my "sister" did her thang in Spanish and hooked me up with a $10 phone that came with ...
The Río Dulce is a 45km stretch of water between Lago De Izabal, the largest lake in Guatemala, and the Caribbean Sea. We were taking a boat cruise down the river to Livingston at the far end for lunch and back again.
There is not a lot of human habitation along the river apart from small settlements, and some rich "mansions". There were lots of birds though - cormorants, herons and pelicans were the ones ...
... them to be targeted
-The private, quiet nature of the Mayans, which allowed the abuse to go on unnoticed for so long
Besides the sheer number of fatalities, the US's involvement in the Guatemala civil war was particularly striking to me. Ríos Montt, whose reign was referred to as the bloodiest period during the war, worked with the Reagan administration to "eliminate communism". Montt manipulated the US by claiming that the guerrilla groups, who were fighting ...
... a small ute thing with a metal cage on the back where all of us were expected to pack into standing up, holding on for dear life for nearly an hour on the bumpiest and hilliest ride yet. It was crazy fun for the first ten minutes and after that it was just pure difficult! The other Aussie on the ute who was standing at the front with us lightened the mood as we were going steeply downhill which made everyone squish into us by exclaiming "could everyone just back off?" Squished into a ...