Camino Real Tikal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... how people could actually build all of that. I was there for about 5 hours and we still only saw a very small portion of the ruins since most of them are still covered by vegetation. Sophia and I were lucky enough to catch the 11 o'clock bus back to Flores instead of waiting until 12:30 for the next one. When we got back I straight away decided to not got back to sleep or I would never get up. So after eating a smoothie and the first real vegetables since ...
... bus the next day).
It was smooth sailing through rain and fog until we hit the dreaded Chimal traffic snarl. The driver was on the phone talking as he crawled behind the endless line of vehicles on CA-1 which at this point was just a main street in the town. Following the lead of a few cars in front, he suddenly swerved into the empty oncoming lane but after a few hundred yards turned left into the town and managed to ...
... 30pm. It was boiling hot, about 32c, at Belize City as we waited for the water taxi. I had lost my flip flops on the boat from Panajachel so had time to buy another pair and a cold beer at the boat terminal. We arrived at Caye Caulker and to our amazing hotel for 3pm where we could relax on the pier. After watching the sunset we went for lobster and shrimp curry at the local restaurant called Happy Lobster on Front ...
... out. Some people just don't get it. I duck over to get some snacks for the 4-5 hour bus ride and get stung nearly $9 for a pack of dorito like chips and a small pack of skittles. Highway robbery there and learn a good lesson. Buy first before the final departure point....definitely not don't buy them. We get a brief run down by the tour operator of the bus about customs, required entry and exit fees etc. Exiting Belize you get another lovely $37.50 Belizean dollar fee ...
... stepped out of the cafe a young Guatemalan man (boy really) approached us and offered us a boat ride around the island and other points of interest for 100 quetzals for one hour. Bargain! We jumped in and headed off. Georgie was of the view that his dad had let him have the boat for the weekend. He was very competent. He introduced himself as Jason as we headed to the first stop. Santa Barbara is a small island ...