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... up yelling at me "Come on, let's get in!" WHAT? I can't hitchhike on this trip! At least not on my first day! It turned out that the driver was Marta's husband. He recognized Kathy from the guesthouse and stopped for us. We were about 40 minutes from home, amazing timing! Free ride home! We ate at the Cevicheria across from our guesthouse that night. I tried conch for the first time. Egh, I don't recommend it. The rest was delicious! ...
... mention the fact we had 4 less people on board today! As I say not much happened apart from feeling sorry for ourselves, Chilo getting out his Santa costume and him and Javier serenading us (still can't find out what that song was!). There were also a few long chats with Kevin who does enjoy a chin wag and of course when he left me to drive boat unaided for 15 minutes which I didn't enjoy!
... we had a small nap. Woke, then a bike ride through the whole town ending with a snorkel. My first time and I enjoyed it. I am getting acquainted with my gear as we booked our dive/snorkel trip for next Tuesday. That should be a blast.
We decided that tomorrow will be our Tikal trip. It's a very long drive and we will be up at the crack of dawn. Early bedtime as we'll need the energy.
... all the sandals I counted in the first couple minutes. R says it's amazing how much garbage floats in the sea, it's something else to actually see it. There is no nice way to put it. It is utter and complete poverty. It's hard to take. I guess it's hard to take because I'm made of a different cloth. I want more, I seek more, but not in a materialistic kind of way. I can live a simple life and really enjoy living with less. I find it a ...
... under Guatemala City, so hard to excavate). Kaminaliuyu clearly had an administrative structure in place and a trade network (mainly in obsidian to make arrowheads, knives, mirrors, etc), The stelae show rulers engaged in war and dominating the Guatemalan highland Maya. As the Maya expanded north the cities of El Mirador, Tikal, Nakbe (first ballcourts and sacbeob), Calakmul and Tavasal were occupied. The city of El Mirador, c.800 BC, was dominant during the later part of ...
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