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... towers. The tour finished at the tallest tower which you are allowed to climb, from here the views were spectacular! It brought us above the trees and looked over the entire forest area. After resting for a few moments at the top we began our decent back to the starting point to catch our shuttle back to town. We landed back in Flores at 2pm and rushed to the bus station to catch our bus to our next destination in Guatemala – Rio Dulce.
... I didn´t think anything of it because we were both hugging our bags and being super careful until 9 AM after we had caught a second shuttle to Antigua and noticed my camera was stolen..... Nothing else.
:( So I have had a pretty depressing day today (Monday).. I am going to snap out of it now though. It feels good to get these three blogs posted... I am devastated about my pictures more than anything. I could care ...
... of her stand. We paid 2 dollars each. We also bought huge bags of cut up mango for about 50 cents. Everyone else looked jealous but were too nervous to venture out and get it themselves... silly gooses....
The driver invited Savana and I up to the front of the shuttle which had much more leg room for the rest of the journey. We chatted most of the time about different ¨dichos¨or idioms here in Guatemala, and he also had a wealth of knowledge ...
... was mainly spent relaxing, eating and
pottering round the colonial streets with a few café trips and ice creams
thrown in for good measure. We spent one afternoon walking round one of the
abandoned monasteries; an incredibly peaceful, beautiful building with views of
the surrounding hills and volcanoes. The site however had the somewhat incongruous
reputation it seemed for being a bit of a romantic hook up spot, so round far
too many of the corners we ...
... or idea. Our tour of three hours went as follows: "...blah blah blah Mayans...Ant! Howler monkey! Rubber tree! Chicklets! Aaah! Mayans! Aaaah! Jungle path! Ahhh Temple!". So, to sum up our tour of Tikal: high on entertainment, low on education, but an absolute scream nonetheless.
We ended up meeting and chatting to a few friendly Americans, who claimed our drunk friend earlier. We were all ravenous after an early morning walking around the ruins and so we ended ...
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