Posada de los Volcanes
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... in the group and have enjoyed many good conversations and quality interactions, overall I find it quite draining.
Back at home I have to be ‘on’ at work every day but it’s sustainable because I have such a calm and quiet home life. I also have almost total control over the amount of socializing I do. I’m naturally drawn to yoga, being in nature, reading, and other introspective pursuits, and these activities balance out the time ...
... Germany destroy Brazil and then Argentina sneak a win in penalties. Argentina vs holland was a good game because there is a large holland community here and all Guatemalans now go for Argentina, I was 90% sure there would be riots after as things got very heated during the penalties. It's now Friday and I'm in a buss with 7 others heading to the beach. I nearly forgot mums birthday but then realised I technically still have a day... I think I made it up with the photo attached. Adios ...
... pool below. Awesome fun.
After we left the cave we headed down to a rope swing out to the river. I had a go on the swing and came off it sideways giving myself a solid flop on to the belly. Had to suck it up in front of the group but inside it was hurting...we also stopped for people to jump off a rickety bridge. The bridge wasn't that high....perhaps 8-10 meters high....even so, neither Megs or me gave it a crack ...
... truck! We jumped onto a coach that was bound for Antigua (we needed to spend a night there before heading to Lake Atitlan) and the 1 hour trip, turned into a trip just shy of 3.5 hours. We learnt, now with hindsight, don’t arrive in a massive city around peak hour - FAIL.
Anyways, we made it to our overnight accommodation in Antigua, dropped our gear off and made haste for a quick town overview (as we would be back after the yoga retreat) and to grab some ...
... I guess.
So after about 45 minutes of bouncing around in the back of the truck, laughing and trying not to fall over while admiring the scenery we arrived at Semuc Champey. Holly told the driver we would be back in 2 hours, in her now fluent Spanish. As apparently she had become fluent since leaving me a week or so ago in Belize.... Solomente Espanol.
After paying our entrance fee and filling out a little survey, we headed down a covered in ...