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♥ 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

Central America

Jumping Right In

A couple of weekends ago, Nuala and I made our way to Semuc Champey, Guatemala’s natural limestone pool paradise. We started our journey in Antigua, the hub of touristic travel in Guatemala, on Friday night. 1,186 more words


so many of me
are injurers
immersing you
in crosshairs

(exed-ones with
ex-salted pillars
to look forward to)
border crossing me

the city dressed
in cave dreams & 300 more words


High Times in Central America

My first impression when entering south-central Guatemala from Honduras was surprise at how developed the country is. The roads are nicely paved, the buildings solid and clean, expensive cars on the road… then two and a half hours later when we pulled over on the side of the road in Guatemala City, a chicken bus drove just close enough to pull our driver’s open door straight back and off the hinges. 721 more words


Semuc Champey - the most beautiful place in the world

Semuc Champey is hard to describe in any other way then a small slice of heaven.

Leaving at 8am from Lanquin and driving for an hour in the back of a pick up truck down dirt roads through the lush jungle you arrive at Cahabon River – a gorgeous fast flowing river in the jungle, which we were allowed to appreciate for a few minutes before be taken on our great adventure. 568 more words


Guatamala , ruins and caves.

In Guatamala I went to Antigua , Semuc Champey and Flores.

To start of Antigua is amazing , probably the oldest looking city that I know off and it’s fully touristy. 219 more words


Guatemala III - Semuc Champey

After the Mayan ruin overdose of Tikal & El Mirador we travelled 8 hours south towards one of the most recommended spots of our journey: the natural pools of… 691 more words

Central America