Posada de Santiago
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... Arriviamo alle 7 di sera e scopriamo che il nostro ostello e’ su un fiume, per cui ci immergiamo nell’acqua fresco.
La grande attrazione qui e’ questo remote posto chiamato Semuc Champey: 350 metri di piscine naturali di acqua fresca create sul fiume Cahabon. Iniziamo la giornata seguente con una camminata in cima per vedere dall’alto queste "piscine" create dalla natura, ...
... relatively easy. We traversed through a dirt road for 20 mins (flat as a pancake) then up a rocky path (again flat but rocky) then up a steeper hill. You kinda walked through thick grass hoping that you haven’t over stepped over the edge. Again we were rewarded with amazing views. If Hinesh hadn’t pushed me I would have missed out on such an amazing sight. I felt like singing “The Hills are alive!!!” but I thought I wouldn’t subject Hinesh and ...
... with her like I had with them. It was, after all, a stay of only 5 days.
Giving her the present I had brought her from the states broke the ice a bit. She shared with me her dream to one day travel all of the Americas down to Peru. She had great dreams and the enthusiasm gushed from her as she shared them. I could tell that she was a hopeful and optimistic person, a dreamer. Unlike Grissda, her youngest son was a bitter and doubtful person who ...
... yeah no thanks!) bridge jumping afterward, then a hike and then relaxing in the beautiful pools of Semuc Champey. It is a full day of adventure, but you came all the way up here for this!' Ok, I thought to myself, if it's what everyone comes up here for how crazy (scary) can it be?!
So we were picked up by a jeep and taken the 10 minute ride to the cave entrance where we were asked if we could swim and were given one candle each. There ...
... hands and feet then said let go and you felt the cave swallow you up into a small vault. I was suffering quite a hefty adrenaline come down when we launched ourselves off a 6 metre rope swing into the river off the banks of the rio Polochic. Joe 's fall from the swing was... Erratic. He made up for it with a stylish descent from the 7 metre bridge. We hiked up to 'el mirador'the look up point with Edwin our next guide. We saw ...