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Take It To The Bridge

7th June, 2014

How to explain Semuc Champey? Literally, it is a natural limestone bridge above the Rio Cahabón in the middle of the Guatemalan jungle. 432 more words


Semuc Champey

Mi segundo viaje solitario del año me llevó a nadar en las pozas de agua turquesa de Semuc Champey. Un lugar que no conocía –lo cual era un pecado- y que personalmente tenía algún tiempo teniendo en mente visitar. 206 more words

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La ruta a Semuc Champey

Abril, 2014

Despierto con la boca tan seca que me cuesta articular, siento que han pasado tres horas desde que salí al mando del Monja Blanca en Ciudad de Guatemala pero miro el reloj y tan solo ha transcurrido una hora. 2,126 more words

Mini-Motorcycle Diaries: Central America

Countries are flying by, whole continents and mountain ranges left behind. Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras and El Salvador in just 1,500kms. Nicaragua was a favorite, with old colonial towns like Granada, the oldest town in all of the Americas, and beans and rice that somehow tasted better than anywhere else. 1,907 more words


Semuc Semuc

From Tikal in the north of Guatemala we wanted to head to Antigua near Guatemala City in the south. About halfway between the two we’d been recommended to check out Semuc Champey which is one of the main tourist attractions in Guatemala. 525 more words

Splashing around in Semuc Champey; Lanquin, Guatemala

With our travels seeing us zig zag up and around the entirety of Guatemala, our next destination was no exception to our slightly travel-unfriendly rule. We would be heading back towards Guatemala City, only this time stopping five hours short at the small village of Lanquin, spring board to nearby Semuc Champey.


♥ where the river hides beneath the earth...

I’m going to backtrack slightly in this post, as I finished the last one mentioning I had gotten to Antigua and was looking for a Spanish school. 2,298 more words

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