Day 23 – Palenque/El Panchaan When you backpack you meet people that become good friends for a mere few days and when you say goodbye you wish them well. More often than not you will see them again. If they’ve become a Facebook friend you may >
I had no intention on doing one of those Tikal tours but I was pleasantly surprised when my guide was from Survivor Guatemala.
An interesting man I met in Caye Caulker whose intentions weren’t as innocent as I once thought.
I had heard that it was easier to visit Belize from Mexico than Guatemala so I decided to head south to Chetumal. Unfortunately there was only one 7-hour bus that left at noon and I would need to stay the night in the border town. >
Food in the Yucatan has its own flavour and has been much different from what I experienced in Canada. It draws its influences from many cultures including the local Mayan, Caribbean and Middle Eastern. I’m leaving the region, but not before recommending three more dishes to try: