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Travel Blogs from Flores
... riva al lago, siamo tornati nel nostro albergo pronti per ripartire: la nostra breve permanenza in Guatemala è già giunta al termine, anche se è stata molto intensa e piena di bellissimi posti e ricordi. Ci rimane solo un Paese da attraversare prima di arrivare in Messico alla nostra destinazione finale: il Belize. Abbiamo deciso di passare qualche giorno sull’isola di Caye Caulker, visto che di isole caraibiche non saremo mai sazi.
The sun just rose ...
... either, especially in the dark. The movie Jurassic Park used the noise of the Howler Monkey for the T-Rex, so that gives a wee bit of an idea of what we were hearing while we walked through the jungle in the dark.
We approached Temple IV as the sky began to lose it's inky blackness and climbed the wooden stairs to the stone steps at the top. There must have been about 70 there before us but we still managed to find some space to settle down ...
... selling cakes!! The buildings here are all cute and colourful! Lots of souvenir shops!! But no ATMs. After asking around, turns out the ATM is inside the small supermarket. So armed with some money, I was finally allowed my room. But they had no change! Stupid place. After surviving on biscuits/cake all day, I headed out for some dinner. I had a vegetable curry. It was ok. Not the best meal I've ever had. And quite expensive at ...
... to image that 1500 years ago it was a thriving city with 100,000 inhabitants.
That evening we joined our fellow camp mates for a cheap dinner in the local restaurant. Afterwards Lol and I decided to go for a walk to see if we could see any nocturnal animals along the road. About 100m into our walk I said as a joke since we were so close to the park lodges we probably won't see any animals but might see a tarantula. I kid you not, I shined ...
... with passengers. Our driver, Onil, showed us where to exchange USD and Belize Dollars for Guatemalan Quetzals (the rate is about 7 Quetzal to one USD) before walking us through the immigration building. We paid a US $38 per couple Belizean exit fee. Immigration was straightforward and the lines were short. We easily passed through the checkpoint and out back into the heat. Our Guatemalan driver was waiting for us there, got our ...
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