Mystic Jungle Lodge
- Swimming pool
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... that bit of an illness where I'm all hot and clammy which usually indicates any illness is about to break. However in this instance I think it is purely down to the weather. It is mid 30's and really humid. A fan does little to cool things down. The hostel has a kitchen and I made an attempt at eating some soup. I got through about a third of a tin in maybe 40minutes. Otherwise I've been subsisting on coke, mountain dew and not enough water.
Around 5 o'clock a ...
... to smithereens.
There's always one!
Then again, I overheard a few people in 'Pops' earlier who mentioned some of the idiotic things some tourists had done in the caves, so I can understand this action being taken.
After about three hours we re-emerged from the same place that we had entered. Up in the car park, Edward prepared lunch while most of us headed to the changing facilities for a shower and dry clothes. Incidentally this was my ...
... they gave us a slice of cheesecake on the house, spoilt! We were taking the wine back to the room as we had some left, and the restauranteur put it in a bag as it is illegal to carry alcohol in an open container on the streets.
In the morning (Saturday ) it is market day with local farmers bring their produce to sell. Lovely displays with fresh fruit and veg, some we do not recognise . Lots or old banged up pickup trucks,some American,others Japanese. Bought ...
We had a really easy transfer from San Ignacio to Tikal. We walked out from out hotel and jumped straight into a taxi. 20 mins later we were at the border. We paid our exit fee of $37.50bz each, had our passport stamped and walked through to Guatemala. As soon as we got through a young guy came up to us offering a minivan to Tikal for $60us, which is about what I was expecting. He spoke zero English and my ten words ...
... clever wouldn't get out of the way for me to do it, sitting in the door frame. Clever little monkey. This meant I missed lunch! Later I had a manatee swim which I hadn't had in a few days with Khaleesi, she was as great as always and the afternoon sun was good. In the evening we watched a documentary about manatees that featured Wildtracks a few years ago, plus a tomato-heavy lasagna, even better in my ...
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