Words you never want in the subject line of an email from your travel agent 6 days before you are to board the cargo ship you have dreamed and planning and talking and saving for about for two years.
March 6-8/18 My fist visit to Tikal, Guatemala was brief due to an unfortunate bus incident and I was left wanting more time with this Grande Dame of Mayan ruins. This time I stayed two nights and managed to really enjoy this lovely site. Unfortunately, the mosquitoes also enjoyed a pint of my blood during…
Semuc Champey, the turquoise colour of the water alone is stunning but then to see these pools of it layered one after the other, ringed with lush green foliage and dappled with sunshine… it created one of those moments where you send a silent prayer of thanks to the Goddess for her handiwork.
Well what a travel day! It was supposed to be simple, 6:30 pickup at Tikal, dropped off at the intersection to Belize to be picked up by my next transfer.
Didn’t plan on being in Antigua during a religious event but it was a pretty cool experience!
San Juan is considered the artistic epi-centre of La Laguna, especially for the spinners and weavers.