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... joined a 16-member Habitat for Humanity team to build houses for 2 families in a little town called El Estor on Lago de Izabal, inland from the Caribbean coast. Afterwards, we checked out life on the Caribbean and then headed north to visit the Mayan ruins ...
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Llegamos en Izabal a 2 en la tarde porque en noche pasado. Visitamos Izabal lake, otra lago, lago numero tres de viaje. Primero visitamos Castillo de San Felipe, lo es muy antiguo pero bonito. Tomamos un tour con otras personas, te recomiendo ...
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