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... are some sections where you ascend and descend on the original steps. These are half the width of normal stairs and 4 times as steep... 60 meters down to the ground**. Some are now closed because people died, so it's quite scary! Although there are 5 major "Temples" there are tons of other smaller buildings including houses, astronomy observatories and a sports stadium. This last was as big as a football (soccer) field and housed 3 ballcourts. It's a lot like being ...
... continuously glued to our faces. One bird with a call that we could hear and recognize immediately was the Laughing Falcon which also we tracked down.
Video : Black and White Warbler
Along with Keel-billed toucans and Collared Aracaris Tikal is an excellent place to see parrots. Red-lored Parrots are plentiful and easy to see. Noisy Mealy Parrots travel in groups and ...
... in the process of exhuming the skeleton of a female ruler.
We paused briefly to view the Palacio de los Murcielagos (Bat Palace) also known as the Palace of Windows (Ventanas). A couple of Keel-billed Toucans distracted us briefly before they disappeared allowing us to discern a mask-like figure on the walls of the palace.
As we neared the Grand Plaza on our return route, the darkness gave way to bright late ...
... bus terminal in Guatemala City. We were quickly deposited in a tour operator’s office and after exchanging a bit of money with the staff there, our driver left us at their mercy and took off. Fortunately, the staff spoke a little English and told us to wait a little for our shuttle to arrive and that there was plenty of time.
Traveling in a private shuttle dramatically reduces the travel time to just a little over ...
... and quickly pack our bags and depart for the ferry back to Belize City. We are both going to miss Caye Caulker as it was such a beautiful, cruisey environment which we both Tom in our stride and loved every second of our three days. Will be back one day with cheap accomodation, cheap food and drink and crystal blue water. Perfection. Could not speak any higher of the staff and hostel atmosphere at Dirty McNastys. The guys there were so welcoming, food was great and free ...