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... and Claire had the earliest bus, a 5am bad boy, so they must have been feeling the pain after we stayed up until 1am drinking Cuba Libre’s and Tequilas that night. I had a complete change of heart that afternoon, and decided to head to Rio Dulce and on to Utiila, Honduras, the following day - instead of El Salvador. Bring on the most 'dangerous country in the world’ for a week or so. There’s a desert island electronic music festival happening, it would be rude not to ...
... for lunch, which Tilly described as the best pizza she had ever had! Everyone else got back at about 3:30 and after they had changed we all went for a few drinks on a roof top bar. We stayed there drinking with everyone until it was time for dinner, I found a really nice drink called the Bolo, which was delicious! Because of our huge dinner we weren't that hungry for dinner so instead went out to the street food stalls and shared ...
... I love Caye Caulker! It is super quaint and cool! We showered and hit the beach bar. A few cocktails later we were dancing about being foolish. First time in the whole trip Rob made an active effort to come speak to us. He is actually very sweet. Even Daniel seemed to blossom into a more relaxed and engaging personality. We had a great meal at Bambooze after which we walked back. Before Jenny knew it I was passed out asleep in ...
... see yet another monkey or yet another colorful bird; now and then some other ruins of temples and palaces pop out of the vegetation, and in the end we somehow managed to return to the main square, with its two temples and the Acropolis: the show was very different from a few hours earlier, because the tourists have finally arrived and invaded the temples and the major sights. The peace and the timeless atmosphere are gone with their arrival: the archaeological site is ...
... experience of sound as well as sight.
We started our guided tour of the site shortly after the sunrise which was not a bad thing because it gets incredibly hot in Tikal. Our guide Donald aka Speedy Gonzales was really informative, not only about the history of the temples but of the people and the environment.
A few of the nuggets of information gleaned was that nobility differentiated themselves from peasants by ...