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... pop over the border to do their shopping as the majority of things made in Central America come from Guatemala. And by purchasing it at source you can avoid all the import duties that hike the price up. The ruins, called Tikal, are about an hour and a half drive into the Guatemalan jungle. The Mayan empire never had a single, overall ruler. Instead each major city had it's own King (or in rare ...
... deal here and that there will be a festival at the local square later today. The bus finally comes and the bus driver was tipico Guatemalan so lots of speed around the curves again.
We get to Tikal and are ushered into the dark jungle and told to follow a guide up to Temple IV. He takes off again and leaves the group in the dark. We make a group decision to head down one path that looks to lead to the temple and moan and whine about being ditched. The ...
... celebrated her 29th birthday with us tonight over a roast chicken dinner. The rains hit us again this afternoon but it was no big deal, we were kicking back with 1L Brahvas for 25Q.
Day 2: we start the day with a cold shower as there is no power for the foreseeable future so needless to say we were at breakfast shortly after. Hinesh won with his brekkie of poached eggs in tomato and garlic sauce (my omelette paled in comparison).
... a tourist information booth and are given some recommended hotels. We walked towards where we had an idea of staying and find a vacancy is available at the hotel Las Gardenias. It is in the main road and the lake is across the road looking very inviting as it is stinking hot and so humid. Once we unpacked and checked in we decided to head back to the information booth to book our transport for 5.30am to go to ...
... multiple languages. Everyone around the table is either bi- or tri-lingual from a selection of English, Swedish, German, Spanish, and Norwegian, and conversation flows easily from one to another across the table. After a few drinks you surprise yourself by being able to follow part of the Spanish conversation and offering up your own phrase here and there.
Despite the lure of the hostel, the purpose of your trip is to visit Semuc Champey, which is a 30 minute journey away. ...
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