GumboLimbo Jungle Resort
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 ...
Despite a comfy bed I didn't actually sleep particularly well. The room is close to the main road and the cars/bikes going past seemed very loud, plus I think my sleeping pattern is screwed. We were up early ready to leave for the ATM caves, lunch was going to be late so we had a breakfast burrito for $1.50 and a cup of tea. We left at 8:30 for a short journey to the caves, including a 7 mile off road part. Despite being in the rainforest at Wildtracks, it ...
Today was our last day at Wildtracks. Again I'll say our time has whizzed by here yet it feels like we've been here a while. Longest place I've lived apart from Dursley! Despite being the last today was a very busy day, with 6 new volunteers not long arriving so not helping yet and 2 away to renew visas, we were quite understaffed. Myself and Ryan were 10 minutes late to the fruit chop and no one was there. Today I was set ...
Today I woke up feeling a lot better but still not great, so I was still classed as sick but could help with some things. No close monkey contact for me today. John is still a complete write off so today I was taking over the fire for Khaleesi's pool. Lots of wood chopping and building fires, good fun but hard work. The rain was the worst it's been so far on the trip, it was ...
... crossing I lost my footing and our guide Oscar saved me from drifting down stream. Oscar quickly became my river crossing buddy and helped me at the other crossings. We hiked for about 45 min to get to the cave entrance. Once there you enter this cave system which is truly amazing there are stalactites, stalagmites and column formations. The formations still having water feeding them, are varying colors and sparkle from the quartz; the sight is pretty wondrous. For about ...