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... of death. The introduction of alien fish species has also decimated many local species of water creatures. There are now 300 000 people living on the lake, San Marcos being one of the smallest settlements, and there is great concern over the future of this lake described by many as the most beautiful lake in the world. There is also a very common complaint of parasites such as Giardia, and most visitors, including myself, come down with tummy ailments. ...
... next destination has a sandbar that could be treacherous if we don't get the tide right. However, there is a pilot to guide us and the swell and surf is quite low for the next few days, so fingers crossed.
Venus and Garett, on Sea renity are behind ,please catch up guys!
p.s. pictures coming ...
... be the location of the origin of the Mayan Calendar.
The Izapa Region is also renowned for having the finest chocolate/ cocoa in Mexico, exported around the globe. From the ruins, we headed for the town of Tapachula to tour the town and learn more about how cocoa beans are turned into chocolate. First, some local music and dancing, locals in traditional gear putting on a heart stopping show on stage. Next, down to business, a chocolate making ...
... them waved back. In fact quite a few guys have waved today as have many families (of which there are many) who ride in the open back of a pick up truck.
Eventually found a hotel which, in contrast to last night is beautiful and has everything, including my own garage with electric door and room service food (for £3), all for £16 ($24). Not bad !
I am currently about 8/10 miles from the Guatemalan border so will cross as early as possible ...
... and small pebbles. Making it too easy too loose your footing and fall down into the crater on your left or the slope of the volcano on your right.
In normal weather I'd imagine this trail would be fantastic. Great views and a exhilarating experience. In HIGH winds this was HELL. At times we had to crouch down in order to stop ourselves being blown off the ridge. Then danny decided to take us off the ridge a little down onto the side so to give us protection from ...