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... along with our last bit of loose change. He seemed kind of disappointed but we had to save our remaining BZ$75 for the exit fee. We'd read that there was no ATM at Tikal so we'd need to take cash with us and outside the border we found some money changers where the best deal we could get was 3.3 GTQs per dollar. In the end we got ever so slightly more as they gave us GTQ500 for our BZ$150. We also had US$31 to change but decided to hold on to this until ...
... the carvings, and what made it really special was the forest which was left between the temples. Nature swiftly reclaimed the Tikal area each time it was cleared, and to see temples how they were found and how they were restored was truly spectacular. Tikal was a vast site, and we still didn’t see all of it, even with two days of wandering around. The wildlife adds to the experience as well. We loved it.
Next stop - back to Flores!
... mouth is watering just thinking about it. And you know how much we paid?! $5 for both of us!!!!!! $5 for the best meal of my life. I'll take that! Okay I should stop rambling about my meal. then we got a little tuk tuk that took us to Flores which was like a 5 minute drive across this bridge and we were on this beautiful island! It was getting dark so we found a hotel with Air conditioning and called it a night! Buenos ...
... answer to that question is "No"; the sun rose, but it was too foggy for us to see it.
However, seeing the temples appear through the mist as we sat atop temples 2 & 4 was a magical experience.
After the sunrise tour, Dora and I had breakfast at a small comedor. We told our time to explore the park on our own and also had a very interesting sunset tour. Our hotel offers a deal that includes breakfast, dinner, and a sunset or sunrise tour. ...
... atacan was pana which was touristy and had buggy power and water (which shell loved when she needed her morning shower) so we headed to the picture perfect town of santa cruz. It was nice and quiet as you can only get there by boat and the views yet again were amazing. A day after we arrived we trecked to the hippy town of san marcus where dredlocks, reiki and other non evidence based practices were happining. My kind of place. Not. Shelly obviously liked it but shes ...