Posada de los Volcanes
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... played us some songs on the traditional instrument called the Marimba. Dylan and I both had the traditional Guatemalan dish called Pepian of Chicken. It came with vegetable and pumpkin soup and the sauce with the chicken was delicious! After dinner the boys wanted to go and let off some fireworks so we went back down to the lake and they let off some fireworks. A couple of local boys were keen to take part and they let them shoot some. Back to the hotel and we had showers and in bed ...
... up above water and very tight. Loved it, such a great day with so much crammed in. Then started raining but ok as already wet! Freezing journey back as stood at back in just bikini and was hammering it down but was funny. Got back soaked and everything wet and not drying! Dryed off had a nap then yummy BBQ. Booked hostel for Antigua but all busy as Halloween and day of the dead. Hoping not in same hostel as noisy ***** but on same bus as us ...
... are crossed. Monday morning I was awoken by a 6.9 earthquake and a lot of screams from every direction. It was only 5:30 in the morning but this bad boy rumbled for a solid 20 seconds and made a very loud noise. It was a unique experience as my family ran to see if my roof had collapsed but no sweat, I'm alive. This week my competitive fire kicked in and I tried to study hard and get some long nights of practice. This went well for a while until the soccer escalated and ...
... serious off-roading on the rough, bumpy, slow road that wound it's way up, down and around the steep hills to reach Hostal El Portal on the edge of the natural waterpark.
The sun was going down as we finally got to our room. It was a small thatched bungalow perched on he steep banks of the Rió Cahabón with a cold water shower and only 4 hours of electricity in the evenings. Exploring will have to wait for the morning light.
So the pools of Semuc Champey, pretty much the best, most amazing swimming hole ever. It's basically a limestone bridge with a set of pools that the the river goes under. The pools are fed by a spring that waterfalls into the river at the end of this limestone ...