Hotel Palacio Chico 1850
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... and a tweetie bird backpack. To male matters even worse, they decided we were just going back to my hostel in the costumes and then would change for the bar. It was such a waste! Ugh oh well, it was still kind of funny. We went to a bar named Cafe No Se which was really cool inside. Just really great decor and atmosphere. I guess maybe I was just tired, but the night overall kind of sucked. The group had a really dynamic too I suppose. Dayne ...
... hanging around their airport which was a little bigger than Blenheim... we were told there was fog at Tikal and officially waiting for it to clear. For some unknown reason we had to present our passports for checking against the official passenger list but this was nothing compared with the return procedure at Flores after our Tikal visit. This entailed again a passport presentation, removing shoes watches belts and yet ...
... little bundle of joy, her granddaughter just a couple of months old, so sweet.
WOW, such a fun day so far but there is still more, our days are so full and interesting. I feel that we are really seeing a good slice of life in C.A. So, next we visit Valhalla farm on the outskirts of Antigua to learn how macadamia nuts are grown and harvested—and to see how ...
... before is that they sacrificed new born babies to their gods and that the movie 'Apocolypto' is only about 70% correct. Next stop was Lanquin, the town and gateway to Semuc Champey. Semuc Champey then and still now is the most beautiful place I have visited and I would say it has been the single day highlight of the trip for me so far. I have never sweated so much in my life when we had to walk through the jungle up to the lookout point, so coming down to those crystal clear ...
... know when in a foreign country so I was still slightly relieved when the orders came for everyone to split before the cops came back. Midday the next day, nursing slight hangovers we waded back to Antigua (Meera, Ruki and I) about 5 mins out of town our shuttle pulled over and waited for two more people to come in a tuk-tuk (little motor bike taxi thingy). We waited for about 15 mins and I had a chuckle when it turned out to be Matt (one of the guys from the El mirador trip) and his ...