Hacienda San Lucas
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... exquisite to destroy, but it was still covered with a new temple until the excavations revealed and a replica can be seen in the museum. We had a excellent guide @ 5 US$ for 5 hours well spent.
There were Macaws flying about, and there were feeding stations around, making picture taking very easy. Amazing ...
... levels behind in terms of development and sophistication. Flashy malls, car dealerships, sprawling suburbs, precariously perched shanty houses on hilltops and residential communities that seemed to stretch endlessly on. Most visitors to the country prefer to rush straight from the airport to Antigua (or from the border as in our case) and give the capital a miss owing to its reputation for petty crime, but the guidebooks do have a kind ...
... front porch. Most of them were in use. As we dropped altitude we noticed the vegetation change. Gone was the thick jungle for the first time since we landed in Central America. Now it was a drier, sparser landscape. We followed the Rio Grande o Camotán for a long time. It's quite low just now but you can see that in the wet season it would be wide and fast moving. There appear to be tuk-tuks in every town we pass. ...
Feet still feeling **** and Jeff doesn't really understand that it won't just go overnight, like something like this could take like 2 weeks at home to heal but I'm doing everything I know possible to help it heal as fast as possible so I can get back to doing things asap as this is not the time and place to just sit around and do nothing. Anyway, left at 7:30am and had about a 3 hour journey. We stopped off at a mall which was surreal and felt unusually western compared ...
... sweat bath. On the northeast side of the plaza there is a religious building devoted to communal festivities and one where a shaman practiced. Cultivated fields and other vegetation have also been uncovered that include fields of maize plants, a garden with a variety of herbs, fruit trees, including guava and cacao.
This was an interesting site; ...