Semuc Champey, Guatemala – A Scary Bridge Crossing

Semuc Champey Bridge

This old wooden bridge in Guatemala, is safer than it looks. I know this as it didn’t look too safe to cross on foot.

Little did I know we would be crossing it in a bus.  I took this photo a little before we crossed, I was amused at how unsafe it appeared, at this point I didn’t even realise that heavy vehicles crossed. It was only after we loaded into a chicken bus (old re-purposed US School bus) that it dawned on me we were crossing that thing.

Safe to say, it was a little bit nerve wracking watching the loose planks of wood move so freely beneath the wheels.

Lee Carter

Born and raised in Accrington, UK, Lee has ventured far beyond his hometown, traveling throughout Europe, Southeast Asia, North America and New Zealand. He is the co-founder of Global Goose and as well as writing the occasional rant he can be found tweaking the code and taking photos of amazing things around the world. Lee and Kelly have no plans to stop their "Gap Decade" anytime soon.


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