Hotel Isla De Flores
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... for Guatemala City. Whilst walking we noted muchos mysterious bird **** under the power lines. At dusk the sky was filled with squillions of Martins and hundreds of Grackles. We revisited the power lines after dinner and found them full of Martins - mystery solved. I don't know where the Grackles went. There is supposed to be a photo of said Martins, but I can't upload it for some reason - so you'll have to use your imagination.
Next morning ...
... goodbyes and wished them well, before heading out of the park; spotting more spider monkeys and the tarantula again on the way.
We 'checked out' of our tent accommodation, grabbed some lunch, and headed to the museum to see some of the original stelae from the site. These were worth the look but unfortunately for us, the really famous one wasn’t there. We had an hour until our bus, so sat and looked unsuccessfully ...
Today we woke up at an unreasonable time to go to Tikal. The unreasonable time was 4am. We got on the bus and slept until we got to Tikal, which was only like 45 minutes. Once we got there we were able to buy some aqua and some snacks. They wanted to charge us 50Qs which is like 8 bucks for two pieces of bread and we were like IN YOUR DREAMS BUD. We then sat down at a table and met this people from all around the world who were now travelling together, and guess what. They ...
Hey everyone, so I slacked. I didn't write yesterday because it was quite a busy day. So lets pretend its not Mothers Day, but its Saturday May 9th. Today we woke up and checked out of our hotel, but just left our bags in Glens office. We then went to the largest market in Central America (don't be amazed, it wasn't that large haha) That's Central America for you. but anyways at this market they had clothes, ...
... between the two producing something else. Further more a lot of them are built exactly on the east/west line, meaning on the spring/autumn equinox they line up directly with the sun. Pretty cool. Most of the temples (the higher pyramids) are solid all the way through (unlike, say those in Eqypt) and simply provide a base for the basic strucutres on top. Here sacrifices including human were performed. The temples are of various heights but some reach up ...