Tikal to Tulum - San Juan Transport And The Hellacious Day of Buses

Tikal to Tulum – San Juan Transport And The Hellacious Day of Buses

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We left Tikal at 7:30am after a wonderful birthday trip to Tikal.  Heading from Tikal, we thought we might spend the night in Chetumal, Mexico and then move on to Tulum in the morning and then spend the rest of our time there, before flying back home from Cancun where we had started.  Leaving Tikal was hard, and we […]

Exploring Tikal - Ruins Of The Ancient Mayan City And Guatemala's Pride And Joy

Exploring Tikal – Ruins Of The Ancient Mayan City And Guatemala’s Pride And Joy

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Tikal National Park is to Guatemala what Angkor Wat is to Cambodia or the Taj Mahal is to India. The Guatemalan people are very proud of the history and culture the Tikal Ruins represent. And rightly so considering it was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. We were excited to be able to explore […]

Heading to Utila from Guatemala City – Stinky Buses, The Vomit Coffin and Paradise

Heading to Utila from Guatemala City – Stinky Buses, The Vomit Coffin and Paradise

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    Join The Journey Subscribe Now! 1 Our time in Guatemala is over, and all I can say is that it’s a wonderful country of good people, food, and beautiful places. We will be back shortly when we go to Tikal in early April, but for now we are headed to Honduras to Utila. Utila […]

Mayan Fire Ceremony in Rabinal, Guatemala - A Life Changing Experience

Mayan Fire Ceremony in Rabinal, Guatemala – A Life Changing Experience

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NOTE: This is something I almost didn’t put on the blog. Possibly because it’s intensely personal, and also because it sounds a little fanatical to some. Finding Out About Semuc Champey On our first trip to Central America, Shelly and I were flying down to Guatemala City from Cancun when I spoke with some Guatemalans […]