GumboLimbo Jungle Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... courtyards, stairs, corridors and rooms, a couple of hours wizzed by.
He was right about it being more interesting. Whilst the huge pyramids of other sites are great to look at you don't get to go inside the rooms, whereas here you can and it makes it easier to visualise what life would have been like back in the peak of the Mayan civilisation.
We moved on, as we were heading to a Mayan village to get a taste of what Mayan Life is ...
... the river at the point where a hand cranked ferry travels back and forth. We catch the ferry across and begin the one mile hike up the hill to the ruins.
A mile in the humidity of the jungle feels a lot longer, fortunately (or maybe not) it started raining. It wasn't heavy rain, which in it's own right is unusual as we've only ever had heavy rain, but this was more like drizzle. Enough however to pass off any sweat patches as being ...
... company in the dry.
The american family were already there waiting,our gear was still out and ready to go. The rain came back again but we could see the dark clouds should be passing over the island before too long so waited it out.
We were beckoned to a boat at the end of the jetty, boarded and were ready to go, except the engine didn't work, so we disembarked and repeated the process on a different boat. This one started up and we sped ...
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 ...
... along with enhancements were very influential to their beliefs. We got to see some amazing reflections our lights made with the cave from patterns do light to reflections on the rocks that looked like a jaguar and an old lady. We also got to experience an area of the cave that was total darkness; with your eyes open or closed you could tell no difference! After we got to the end of where the tour brings you, it's time to return from where you came. After more ...