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This was really only another placemark between stops however it was really cool town. Flores is a little Island on the second biggest lake in Gautemala and only about an hours drive from Tikal. Its a tiny island and only take about 45min to walk all the way around it but its got some cool bars and a very realxed atmosphere. Chels and i were very …
After Tikal, we got a shuttle back to Flores for an afternoon of exploring the shops, the cobblestone streets and the beautiful waterfront in the town of Flores.
I bought the most beautiful handmade earrings for $6 and we enjoyed a pizza dinner on a covered patio as it poured rain.
I still can't believe that during our 4 months away, we only had a handful of rainy days.
... to imitate the Spider Monkeys and Howler Monkeys. We managed to spot some Spider monkeys but not Howler Monkeys, we just heard those. We did get to see a troupe of Coati Mundi, adults and babies. These animals are like raccoons. Driving throughout the park to the visitor centre area we also got to see Ocellated Turkey's. These are much more colourful than the ones we are used to seeing! Carlos got one of the park workers to cut and fashion walking sticks for the boys. ...
... for the trip. Our group: Myself, Ash, Ross, Ian (an Aussie from Perth), Diego (Our token Italian and patient translator), Matt (an American guy), Leander (a Dutch guy) and Leander's girlfriend at the time Stephanie (They broke up on the last night of the trip). The first day was a short 23km hike to El Tintal through some reasonably rough ground. The archeologists at El Tintal had just started work two days before we arrived so not a lot of the ruins were visible beyond ...
... quarters of the nobles. The nobles really spoiled themselves rotten; the Acropolis was huge!
Then, we finally went into the main plaza. The two massive towers of Temples 1 & 2 loomed over us, as we turned around so many times we got dizzy. We climbed up the one we could and took some pictures. By then we were tired and went back to the hotel and swam in the pool.