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Travel Blogs from Flores
... Still I guess it beats queuing at the bank!
So that day was a write off – I felt too poor to buy beer (I did check but walking into Beer Pong, Aussie backpackers and loud AWFUL music at full blast at 9pm – no thanks)and walked about 3 miles just to reach the fried chicken place the other side of the bridge as it was about a third of the price (Bad Idea!) It was cheap but the chicken tasted like a **** and the chips were probably recycled from a ...
... opportunities, the region supposedly having amazing sceneries. 2 hours into the drive, we hit a road block... the women of that region were demanding financial help from the government to afford sending their kids to school and other stuff. It was 10:30 in the morning and the driver told us: something something something esperar!! (esperar is "to wait" in Spanish) He didn't know how long ...
Yep, thats right. We crossed over the border and went to Guatemala to see Tikal.
To back up a little bit, we woke up at 6am today hoping to go to Tikal in Guatemala. However, we heard rain from our bedroom so we were unsure of how the day was going to play out. Our guide picked us up at 7am at our hotel and we were on our way.
Tikal is the largest mayan site in Central America. People occupied ...
... and Beat again (from Caye Caulker) as they had been in Placencia together), and we ended up in a private room together at Los Amigos hostel. Between Beat's *****, and Trevor's 'not' snoring, we had a cozy room for our few days stay. What we did: -Tikal: about 1.5 hours minivan trip north of Flores. A massive Mayan archeological site with some amazing ruins to climb and explore. The site is something like 16 square kilometers. We walked around for about 6 hours in total (on ...
... the ruins. He explained that Belize was an English colony, but that Guatemala was a Spanish colony, which is why he looked like Carlos Santana. While we still don't know his actual name, we continue to call him Carlos. We browsed in the store, but then everyone decided to buy expensive new shoes for the hike, so Amanda bought a very fashionable purple poncho, we grabbed a snack and ate it in the van. We got back on the road, during our drive ...
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