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... rolled in with lashing rain. Whilst the heaviest of the rain subsided, the thunder and lightning remained, and though more intermittent was strong enough to really make the building shake. There seems to be some sort of atmoshphere here, drinking games were well underway, but I just kept to myself. Looks like I'll be here at least another day, as this one has been a write off. I'm here for caving but don't want to be doing anything that energetic tomorrow in case I'm not good enough for it. ...
... shower of the day, not counting swimming in the caves. I have now given up on anticipating having anything which at all resembles a warm shower in this region. Anywhere at all.
The lunch was well received. Indeed I felt it was rewarding - Edward reckoned that you burn close to 1000 calories on the trip and I was happy to make up my own tortillas from the buffet with a variety of fillings. Several other groups were also having their lunch. It seems that eight is ...
... 8p) and a ham and cheese croissant type roll and coffee, ready for more adventure..
Booked an ATM (Actun Tunichil Muknal (= Cave of the Stone Sepulchre (burial place)) tour with a local tour agent US$95 (ouch) ea. only 125 people are allowed at the site per day, and ratio 8 persons per tour guide. One hour bus drive, some on dirt road, hike through the forest for 45 mins, crossing 3 rivers, some chest deep to arrive at the site. Then one swims through ...
... were not much help so we passed the next 90 mins in companionable silence. The girls all had a doze. When we got to the gate at Tikal there is a 150 quetzal entrance fee per person (about $25) but that is for the current day. You can't buy tickets for the next day until 3pm and you can't go through to get to your hotel until then unless you are willing to pay an extra day admission. There is a restaurant at the gate that ...
Once again, starting at 6:30 was very difficult after arriving home about 2am! After the first fruit chop I managed to fall asleep on the sofa in the house, drooling for everyone's entertainment. Quickly pulling together a ketchup, mayo and butter sandwich (which was hideous, lose the butter) as I was short for time, I rushed over for my cage shift. It wasn't long before the 3 of us were asleep in there and the 2 hours flew by in and out of consciousness. After this Ryan and ...
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