Hotel y Restaurante El Peregrino
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... but their reduced ability to tell us what to do has forced them to up their game when we are all together There are 250 restaurants in this town and at lunch today they walked into one we were already eating (hiding) at, and they said 'oh, we thought we'd ditched you' Every day they hide in their rooms between 5pm and 7pm and they come out drunk, slurring, and raring to go. Gin Judys are at least 65 years old a ...
... girl but THEN the tour guide spotted her and started moving in her direction with said tarantula in hand. At which point, she stumbled down the hill crying. Tour guide got the message, thankfully. However, Daisy was now not interested in any jungle wildlife which was pointed out and tried to avoid trees, as that's where tarantulas live, which is difficult in the jungle. Charlotte kept to the front and ushered her past ...
... a bumpy uncomfortable back-of-a-truck-no-seats jobby further up the river. Then we jumped onto our truck inner tubes and set off. All in, it was myself, two Dutch guys, two Swiss girls (who all already knew each other), English Matt and Stuart whom I hung out with last night and Maddie who works at the lodge. We also had our "guide" who looked after the beers in two large sacks.
The trip was nice enough and had some ...
... and pyramids. Sadly, there is no trace showing any existence of the mayans at all. When the Spanish conquered the city, they destroyed all of the Mayan buildings and built a huge church on the highest point of the island over a Mayan temple. But with the small cobbled streets, coffee shops on each corner and European style eateries, it proved to be an unexpected treat for us.
The next afternoon we set off to Tikal where we would be staying our second ...
... nearest one, presented the passport which again was duly stamped, before being requested to hand over 20GTQ (just over £1). Officially there is no entry fee.
Let me repeat that.
There is no entry fee to Guatemala.
But when an immigration official puts their hand out, you basically have to cross it with silver.
If you see what I mean.
But it's not official.
Our destination for the day ...