Tzam Poc Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Hot tub
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
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We had a long drive ahead of us today, about 5 hours so we decided to wake up early and get going. The drive was relatively easy apart from some awkward humps which loved to scrape the bottom of the car and a novel river crossing which consisted of driving onto a steel raft powered by a motor boat! The river was only a 2 minute crossing but we were impressed by the effort they went to, to allow us to cross the other side.
We finally arrived in Coban in the ...
... question or thing that we desire as a result of the ceremony. Then there are treats for the Gods, like sugar, chocolate, and a coke, a beer, and a small bottle of some other alcohol (the Gods like to drink!)
Alex parked the car on the road leading to Santa Caterina and we hiked the rest of the way to his mother-in-laws house where she would perform the ceremony. Somewhere along the way we managed to lose the big candles that were for Dora and me. Alex back to ...
... their main. They did not like this. Not even one little bit. And this is where the cringe starts. The woman marched over to the poor waiter (who was, at this point, actually running between tables the poor lamb) and demanded to know where her food was. Poor stressed and slightly sweaty Spanish speaking waiter said something back to her in Spanish which only served to incense her more. She started shouting at him about him not speaking English and when he replied (in Spanish) she just ...
... hardly find a position where I would feel comfortable at least for 3 minutes. We arrived in Lanquin at 22.00! After getting of the minibus we were surrounded by local guys working for different hostels and lodges in the vicinity of Semuc Champey. Since most people were heading to El Portal, which was supposed to have a double room with shared bathroom for Q100, we decided to follow them. We were invited to hop on an open pickup truck, usually used for cattle transport, ...
... activity the students went to the Fuentes Georgina's which is the hot springs I went to in my first week. I decided to go again and try survive without passing out, I did a better job as I didn't pass out but had to drink 2 litres of water whilst in the springs. This time there wasn't rain so the pool was even hotter and the majority decided that the "medium" pools were better. Wednesday was also the day that my host sister set me up on a blind ...