A Travellerspoint blog

MAYAN RIVIERA, MEXICO

Playa del Carmen, Tulum & Isla Mujeres, Mexico Feb 24th - Mar 2nd, 2012

sunny 28 °C

Me & my best friend, Jo, traveled to the Mayan Riviera in Mexico for one week. We stayed at the Hacienda Vista Real hotel in Playacar (a suburb of Playa del Carmen). It was not all-inclusive, but did include a free pool-side breakfast each morning. It was only $85 per night, booked on Expedia. We felt we didnt need an all-inc resort, as we are huge sight-seers, and would never be at the resort to eat the 'free' food / beverages or participate in any of the offered activities. It was a 15min walk to the beach, which is probably the same distance as walking through a fancy schmancy 5 star resort anyways, lol!
large_IMG_0754-1.jpg
large_IMG_0752-1.jpg
Just outside of our hotel were these Mayan ruins. Pretty sure they were fake though.
large_P2240004-1.jpg
large_iphone_2_0_177-1.jpg
The beach!
large_IMGP4793-2.jpg
large_IMGP4799-1.jpg
Not gonna lie, I was pretty excited for my Chunky Monkey!
large_IMGP4810-1.jpg
I have to say, theres not a whole lot to do in Playa del Carmen, unless you love to shop for tacky souvenirs or sit at the beach. There is however, an array of exotic animals you can hold for a photo which they charge you $$ for, even though the photo is taken with your own camera, and is usually blurry & lop-sided. Definately not worth the $20 they were charging, but we couldnt resist the cuteness, and so spent an entire day walking up & down 5th Ave in search of wildlife. The first animal we came across was this adorable, blue-eyed 1.5 month old tiger cub!!
large_IMG_0803-1.jpg
large_IMG_0782-1.jpg
Jo bottle feeding the baby tiger. Look at his big paw!
large_IMG_0767-1.jpg
Snoozing with a milk moustache :)
large_IMG_0796-1.jpg
large_IMG_0799-1.jpg
Next we came across a little Squirrel Monkey. He was smelly, albeit cute.
large_IMGP4827-1.jpg
large_IMGP4823-1.jpg
Me & a parrot
large_IMGP4836-1.jpg
We found a guy with 2 iguanas ... a momma & baby :) Jo has 1 on her head!
large_iphone_554-1.jpg
large_P2240039-1.jpg
Iguana kisses - I was terrified it would lick me, lol!
large_P2240056-1.jpg
large_P2240051-1.jpg
Look what we found next! A 5 month old lion! She was heavy!
large_iphone_560-1.jpg
large_iphone_574-1.jpg
I put my finger in the lion's mouth and she sucked on it like a soother! The guy said 'If you feel her trying to move your finger left or right (aka towards her teeth) pull your finger out!' Well duh! Just look at her eyes!
large_P2240071-1.jpg
Entertainers on 5th Ave
large_P2240036-1.jpg
Here is an odd looking spider we discovered!
large_P2240003-1.jpg
I had the urge to try on the biggest sombrero I could find!
large_P2240013-1.jpg
And the smallest, LOL!
large_P2240017-1.jpg
One morning we took a collectivo to the Mayan ruins of Tulum for only 70 pesos! Significantly cheaper than booking a $100 CAD tour. The collectivo drops u off on the hwy, but just follow everyone else to the ruins ... everyone will be going in the same direction. Its only a 2min walk. There is a train that comes by every few minutes to pick up passengers and take them to the admission gate. The train is only 20 pesos, or u can walk the 1km no problem. At the gate its 57 pesos to get in. There are guides for hire, but we went in without 1 as this was my 4th time there. Guide, or no guide, its still much cheaper than a tour. The grounds are very manicured, and full of tourists. Theres not too much to see other than El Castillo perched on the edge of a cliff overlooking the blue Caribbean, a few smaller ruins (none of which you can climb or touch), and a beach for swimming. If your looking for more history, try Chichen Itza. If your looking for pyramids you can still climb, visit Palenque! Theres 8 pyramids there, 7 of which can still be climbed! (This will be in a later post).

When the guards werent looking, I snuck under a rope and climbed behind this small ruin for this photo, mwahaha! (thats my evil laugh)
large_IMG_0817-1.jpg
large_IMG_0819-1.jpg
large_IMG_0953-1.jpg
large_IMG_0879-1.jpg
large_IMG_0958-1.jpg
large_iphone_2_0_111-1.jpg
The beach by the ruins. If you only want to visit the beach, you still have to pay the admission, as the beach is inside the site.
large_IMG_0857-1.jpg
There were iguanas everywhere!
large_IMG_0853-1.jpg
large_IMG_0854-1.jpg
One of the many pathways throughout the ruins.
large_IMG_0865-1.jpg
After exploring the ruins a bit, we relaxed at the beach.
large_IMG_0923-1.jpg
large_IMG_0921-1.jpg
large_P2260003-1.jpg
Huge cliffs & boulders on the beach!
large_IMG_0950-1.jpg
large_P2260014-1.jpg
Another day we took a bus from Playa del Carmen to Cancun (1hr, 30 pesos), and then a collectivo from Cancun to Puerto Juarez where the ferries depart for the tiny island of Isla Mujeres (10min Cancun - Pto J, 6 pesos; ferry Pto J - Isla roundtrip 140 pesos). Once there, we rented a golf cart for the afternoon and toured the island in style (500 pesos for the golf cart til 5pm).
large_IMG_0415-1.jpg
The golf cart rental company provided us with a map of the town. We headed over to the Avalon Reef Club. We wanted to see the King's Pool, which is a natural pool carved into the rocky shore by the waves. Its located on the resort's grounds, but is a public spot ... you will be escorted to it by a guard, who then stands there and watches you like a hawk til you leave. But it was nothing exciting, I didnt even take a photo. The resort sure is nice though! I would definately stay there!
large_IMG_0981-1.jpg
Just look at that water! :)
large_IMG_0982-1.jpg
Welcome to Paradise!!
large_IMG_0987-1.jpg
large_IMG_0997-1.jpg
After a quick dip in the ocean, we hopped back on our golf cart and headed to Punta Sur, the southern-most tip of the island, where El Garrafon Park is located. It cost 200 pesos for a half day admission. Theres a few restaurants within, that are all-inclusive, alcohol is also inc, as well as zip-lining, snorkeling, kayaking, hammocks, infinity pool, etc.
large_IMG_1021-1.jpg
large_IMG_1060-1.jpg
There were some paths along the cliffs / ocean that we followed for some great views!
large_IMG_1019-1.jpg
large_iphone_2_0_206-1.jpg
large_iphone_2_0_207-1.jpg
large_IMG_1055-1.jpg
large_IMG_1052.jpg
large_IMG_0467-1.jpg
large_IMG_0480-1.jpg
After our walk we had lunch at 1 of the restaurants ... nachos & cheese, and quesadillas ... and strawberry daiquiris :)
large_iphone_2_0_200-1.jpg
large_iphone_2_0_311-1.jpg
Then we did some zip-lining. If you've zip-lined before, then dont bother with this one, lol! But if its your first time, then its a good beginner course. I'd zip-lined before, and found it rather lame, but it was Jo's first time and she was terrified!
large_Tirolesa_8_096-1.jpg
The view from the 2nd zip-line platform of El Garrafon
large_zMGJR-_EL_PARQUE_002-1.jpg[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/508675/IMG_1055-1.jpg
Well, thats all for the Mayan Riviera part of our trip. Stay tuned for posts on the ruins of Palenque, and Mexico City & the ruins of Teotihuacan :)

Posted by ChantelleS 11:34 Archived in Mexico Tagged wildlife beach ruins monkey mexico iguana del parrot playa tiger carmen mayan lion Comments (0)

BARTOLOME ISLAND, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS

Bartolome Island | Galapagos Islands | Ecuador January 18th, 2012

overcast 38 °C

The next day we boarded an even bigger yacht for the 2hr ride out to Bartolome Island. Breakfast was served on-route. Along the way we had dolphins follwing our boat, we saw sea turtles, a white tipped reef shark, and a manta ray jumped completely out of the water!!! I didnt even know they could do that!
large_IMG_9460-1.jpg
large_IMG_9461-1.jpg
large_IMG_9467-1.jpg
Here is a view of the volcanic Santiago Island along the way
large_IMG_9457-1.jpg
This is the volcano we climbed on Bartolome Island for the view of Pinnacle Rock. If you look closely you can see the path we took! Man was it a hot hike!!
large_IMG_9487-1.jpg
large_IMG_9499-2.jpg
One of the views along our hike
large_IMG_9496-1.jpg
Black sand
large_IMG_9501-1.jpg
Ancient lava flows
large_IMG_9504-1.jpg
Lava Cactus
large_IMG_9505-1.jpg
Colorful Lava Grasshopper
large_IMG_9506-1.jpg
Another view along the way to the top of the craters
large_IMG_9511-1.jpg
The famous view of Pinnacle Rock from atop the volcano
large_IMG_9524-1.jpg
large_IMG_9522-1.jpg
We then hiked back down, got back on the yacht and headed over to the orange sand beach we saw from the viewpoint. Kevin went snorkeling here ... this is where the penguins were supposed to be, but he didnt see any :( He did see tons of fish and a shark though! While he snorkeled I strolled along the beach and found some large seashells :)
large_8E9F3CCC2219AC68172ACF6891E4D603.jpg
large_IMG_9567-1.jpg
large_IMG_9580-2.jpg
large_IMG_9565-1.jpg
large_IMG_9583-1.jpg
There was a sandy path that led to the other side of the island. There is another beach there, but swimming is not allowed cuz is a protected area for sea turtles. I saw 5 sea turtles swimming in the shallow water :) I had to climb this little sand dune to get there.
large_IMG_9589-1.jpg
View from atop that sand dune
large_IMG_9588-1.jpg
This is the 'beach' where the sea turtles were
large_IMG_9601-1.jpg
On the 2hr ride back we passed a few large buoys that direct larger ships into the bay ... every one of them had lazy sea lions snoozing on them :)
large_IMG_9610-1.jpg
Thats all for the Galapagos Islands! I sure wish we could've stayed longer than 5 days, I loved it here! One of my favorite countries :)

Posted by ChantelleS 21:06 Archived in Ecuador Tagged beach volcano galapagos ecuador Comments (0)

NORTH SEYMOUR ISLAND, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS

North Seymour Island | Galapagos Islands | Ecuador January 17th, 2012

overcast 33 °C

There are tour / travel agencies everywhere along the main drag in Puerto Ayora. We stopped at Albatross Tours and booked ourselves 2 yacht excursions. The first one to North Seymour Island, and the next one to Bartolome Island for $570 for both tours for 2 ppl. So today was the North Seymour excursion. A bus picked us up at our hotel and drove us across the island, through the highlands, to the opposite side, where our yacht awaited us (about 1hr of driving). We took a zodiac to our yacht and set sail. The island was approx 1hr away. Its teeny tiny, all black lava rocks, cactus trees and incense trees. This island is a birdwatcher's paradise!
large_IMG_9410-1.jpg
large_IMG_9407-1.jpg
I cant remember what type of frigate bird this is, but the tree its sitting in is an Incense Tree. These are the trees the incense sticks that you burn are made from.
large_IMG_9266-1.jpg
Magnificent Frigate Birds were everywhere! I was hoping to see just 1 with his chest puffed out, but there were tons of them! The best part about these protected islands is how tame the wildlife is. The birds did not fly away. You could walk right up to them and they'd just look at you. They have absolutely no fear of humans! Its quite astounding actually!
large_IMG_9280-1.jpg
large_IMG_9293-1.jpg
Again, not sure what type of frigate bird this is. Sorry :( There were just too many types of birds to keep track of! If you are big into labeling your photos correctly, I recommend bringing a small notepad to write down their names.
large_83BB8C752219AC6817407ECBB1F77F4E.jpg
There were a few Yellow Land Iguanas and little Lava Lizards as well.
large_IMG_9305-1.jpg
We only saw 2 Blue Footed Boobies up close, and a few Masked Boobies too far away to get a photo.
large_IMG_9324-1.jpg
large_IMG_9323-1.jpg
large_IMG_9322-1.jpg
Theres no beach here, just endless amount of black lava rock!
large_IMG_9335-1.jpg
large_IMG_9365-1.jpg
Blue Footed Boobie on the lava rocks
large_IMG_9343-1.jpg
And amongst those lava rocks are sea lions! Baby sea lions! SO CUTE! Also, marine iguanas are camoflauged nicely in the rocks.
large_IMG_9398-3.jpg
large_IMG_9357-1.jpg
large_IMG_9374-1.jpg
large_IMG_9396-1.jpg
Sleepy sea lions :)
large_IMG_9391-1.jpg
large_IMG_9403-1.jpg
large_IMG_9395-1.jpg
Young Sally Light Foot Crabs ... when they are young they are black, as they age they get more colorful.
large_IMG_9402-1.jpg
After about an hour long guided tour, we got back on the yacht. Our next stop was Las Bachas Beach, which is actually on the northern part of Santa Cruz Island. Dont let the clouds fool you, it was HOT! Lunch was served onboard as we sailed to the beach.
large_IMG_9414-1.jpg
large_IMG_9423-1.jpg
A Blue Heron I believe ???
large_IMG_9431-1.jpg
large_IMG_9442-1.jpg
A colorful adult Sally Lightfoot Crab.
large_IMG_9435-1.jpg
large_IMG_9440-1.jpg
large_IMG_9439-1.jpg
After a bit of snorkeling at this beach we headed back to the marina for our bus ride back to our hotel.

Posted by ChantelleS 20:08 Archived in Ecuador Tagged sea wildlife iguana animal lion galapagos ecuador Comments (0)

SANTA CRUZ ISLAND, GALAPAGOS ISLANDS

Puerto Ayora | Santa Cruz Island | Galapagos Islands | Ecuador Jan 15-20, 2012

sunny 37 °C

On Jan 14th, 2012 (our 4yr wedding anniversary) we flew from Belize City, Belize to Isla Baltra in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. Most people assume that the only way to see the islands is to go on a very expensive cruise. Not true. In the town of Puerto Ayora on Santa Cruz Island there are tons of hotels to choose from. Just book yourself a flight from Quito or Guayaquil to Isla Baltra (Santa Cruz Island) or San Cristsobal. $400 roundtrip with LAN Air. We stayed 5 nights at the Casa Natura Hotel for $150 per night. It had a pool & free breakfast. There were cheaper hotels, but we thought we needed a pool. Turnt out to be a waste to pay extra for the pool, as we were never at the hotel cuz we were too busy sightseeing. It was located 5 blocks from the main street along the ocean. Once there you can book yourself onto many excursions to nearby islands. Just do your research and figure out what you wanna see / do. From Santa Cruz we saw everything we wanted (except penguins ... there werent any when we went) ... sea lions, giant tortoises, marine iguanas, lava lizards, yellow land iguanas, blue footed boobies, frigate birds, beaches, volcanoes, lava tunnels, craters, etc. There is seriously no need for a $5000 per person cruise!

Our hotel was within walking distance to the Charles Darwin Research Station.
IMG_8893-1.jpg
These Cactus Trees were everywhere ... they have regular tree trunks, but cactus instead of leaves.
large_IMG_8890-1.jpg
Desert Flower
large_IMG_8918-1.jpg
There was a wooden boardwalk you had to stay on that meandered through the park.
large_IMG_8917-1.jpg
Giant Tortoises!!!
large_IMG_8903-1.jpg
large_IMG_8916-1.jpg
large_IMG_8914-1.jpg
Baby Giant Tortoises ... they were so tiny they coulda fit into the palm of my hand!
large_IMG_8924-1.jpg
Darwin's Finch
large_IMG_8909-1.jpg
There were also Yellow Land Iguanas here and lots of tiny Lava Lizards scurrying around
large_IMG_8935-1.jpg
large_IMG_8930-1.jpg
large_IMG_8942-1.jpg
Lava Lizard
large_IMG_8955-1.jpg

We walked along the main street that ran parallel to the ocean. Its lined with shops, restaurants, tour agencies, a marina, etc. We stopped at the Sol y Mar Hotel for a drink, and look who was snoozin' in the restaurant! A sea lion! All animals here are unbelievably tame! They dont run away, or growl, or anything. Half the time they dont even acknowledge you. Even the birds dont fly away! Its the easiest place in the world to get great wildlife photos, they practically pose for you :)
large_IMG_8960-1.jpg
large_IMG_8972-1.jpg
I was so close to him I could smell his fishy breath!
large_IMG_8969-1.jpg
Another sea lion jumped out of the water right by Kevin, then proceeded to strut its stuff past the pool and onto a lounger and pose for some photos! LOL! There were several sea lions always in this hotel ... they seemed to own the place :) They'd be in the lobby, at the bar, by the pool, and in the restaurant. And no one seemed to mind. Same with pelicans & marine iguanas. They just wandered around like it was a hotel for wildlife. None of the hotel's employees ever shooed them out ... they were always free to roam wherever they pleased. I loved it here!!!
large_IMG_9000-1.jpg
large_IMG_9021-1.jpg
Kevin hangin' with a sea lion by the lobby.
large_IMG_9034-1.jpg
large_IMG_9028-1.jpg
large_IMG_9029-1.jpg
Sea lion 'feet'.
large_IMG_9024-1.jpg
Me & a sea lion at the bar :)
large_P1160235-1.jpg
Sea lion, marine iguana & birds at the pool. You could approach them and they wouldnt move. Barely blinked an eye! So completely opposite of Kenya last year! I'm sure I could've laid down beside the sea lion all he woulda done is put a flipper around me :)
large_P1160267-1.jpg
Marine iguanas outside and inside the restaurant. You definately dont have to go in search of wildlife here! Its everywhere.
large_IMG_8986-1.jpg
large_P1160238-1.jpg
HUGE marine iguana! Look at his claws!
large_P1160239-1.jpg
Little guy sneaking into the hotel
large_P1160244-1.jpg

Every day after sightseeing we'd head to the town's marina where the fishermen would be filleting their catch. Sea lions and pelicans would be lined up looking for scraps! Tourists were always gathered around taking photos.
large_P1160221-1.jpg
large_IMG_9058-1.jpg
large_IMG_9065-1.jpg
40lb Yellowfin Tuna
large_IMG_9051-1.jpg
This pelican managed to snatch a fish head! Theres no way it could physically swallow it, but he sure tried!
large_IMG_9075-1.jpg
Yellowfin Tuna
large_IMG_9108-1.jpg
One day we hired a taxi (all the white trucks you see everywhere are the taxis, not the traditional yellow cabs you see elsewhere) and ventured into the highlands to see the Giant Tortoises in the wild! Before we even got to where we were expecting to see them, we came across this guy on the road!
large_IMG_9114-1.jpg
large_IMG_9113-1.jpg
There were about 30 Giant Tortoises roaming around!
large_IMG_9117-1.jpg
large_IMG_9121-1.jpg
Me + Giant Tortoise
large_IMG_9128-1.jpg
Pond full of Giant Tortoises!
large_P1150209-1.jpg
large_IMG_9133-1.jpg
Kevin and a Giant Tortoise
large_IMG_9139-1.jpg
Eating grass
large_IMG_9141-1.jpg
Tortoise bum :)
large_IMG_9135-1.jpg
You really had to watch where you stepped ... tortoise poop was everywhere! And it was the size of my foot!
large_P1150210-1.jpg
Tortoise foot
large_IMG_9144-1.jpg
Me inside a tortoise shell
large_P1150214-1.jpg
Kevin beside a tortoise shell
large_P1150215-1.jpg
Less than 5min from where we saw the tortoises, was a lava tunnel! Get your driver to drop you off, and then meet you at the other end. Theres lights along the way, but its still quite dark, and slippery. This is the entrance to the lava tunnel.
large_IMG_9146-1.jpg
Me inside the lava tunnel
large_IMG_9150-1.jpg
At one point we had to get down on our hands & knees and crawl through this narrow part! If you are claustrophobic, or quite large, theres a chance you wont make it through. But the good news is that this narrow part is only about 4 or 5ft long and then it completely opens up again.
large_IMG_9153-1.jpg
We spent 2hrs at Garrapatero Beach. Theres no shelter for shade here, and its incredibly hot (thats what happens when at the equator). Theres also no where to buy h2o, so be sure to bring some along. Our driver dropped us off and it was a 15-20min walk down a hot trail. We were the only people here! Now this is the kinda beach I like! I hate crowded beaches with fat guys in speedos and beach vendors hassling you to buy their crap non-stop! Get your driver to wait for you, or if you trust him to pick you up a a designated time, you can do that also. Theres no way to call another cab, we were literally in the middle of no where.
large_IMG_9166-1.jpg
large_IMG_9191-1.jpg
large_IMG_9228-1.jpg
Busy sand crab
large_IMG_9227-1.jpg
Marine Iguana struttin' down the beach
large_IMG_9232-1.jpg
Cactus Trees and lava rocks at the beach instead of palm trees
large_IMG_9202-1.jpg
Colorful Marine Iguana. They were everywhere in the lava rocks. At first we didnt see them, but if you look hard you will see them everywhere!
large_IMG_9184-1.jpg
large_IMG_9230-1.jpg
large_IMG_9216-1.jpg
large_IMG_9240-1.jpg
Marine Iguanas are the only sea-going iguanas in the world, and they only live one place ... the Galapagos Islands :)
large_IMG_9234-1.jpg
Thats it for Santa Cruz Island. We did 2 boat tours to the nearby islands of North Seymour and Bartolome, but those will be in the next post :)

Posted by ChantelleS 16:56 Archived in Ecuador Tagged wildlife beach volcano galapagos ecuador Comments (0)

TIKAL, GUATEMALA

Tikal, Guatemala January 12th, 2012

sunny 30 °C

While staying in San Ignacio, Belize, we were only 30min from the Belize / Guatemala border. So we went to Guatemala for 1 day to visit the Mayan ruins of Tikal, only 2hrs over the border. Crossing the border was a breeze! Some countries are such a hassle & take forever, but it only took about 10min. Mind you, we were there bright & early so there werent too many travelers there yet. The drive through the rainforest was incredible! It was a gorgeous foggy / misty morning!
large_11FD4BDD2219AC68174CE5A954624E21.jpg
Truck load of oranges.
large_IMG_8774-1.jpg
We made a pitstop to use the bathroom and grab snacks in a small village along the way. Here is a villager weaving blankets.
large_IMG_8661-1.jpg
Wooden masks for sale in a gift shop.
large_124838582219AC6817DCFA35921BAC3A.jpg
We finally arrived at Tikal and our guide led us through the rainforest to the pyramids. Theres ALOT of walking required so wear good shoes.

This is a HUGE Cieba Tree - Guatemala's national tree.
large_IMG_8670-1.jpg
Looking up at the tree.
large_IMG_8671-1.jpg

There were Spider Monkeys swinging everywhere in the trees :)
large_IMG_8678-1.jpg
And noisy Howler Monkeys! Their howl is terrifying! It sounds like a jaguar. Its quite scary listening to them howl at eachother if you dont know its just a little monkey!
large_IMG_8861-1.jpg
large_IMG_8870-1.jpg
This is the back of the main pyramid that you see on every postcard. Can you find me? I look tiny next to it!
large_IMG_8688-1.jpg
The front of the same pyramid in the above photo.
large_IMG_8693-1.jpg
There are 2 pyramids facing eachother. You are only allowed to climb one though. This is the view from the top.
large_IMG_8696-1.jpg
Me climbing some of the smaller surrounding ruins for a different view.
large_IMG_8702-1.jpg
large_140031A72219AC6817A081891CDB976E.jpg
Our guide found a tarantula and for some crazy reason I held it!!
large_IMG_8721-1.jpg
large_IMG_8719-1.jpg
I was calm until it started climbing up my arm!
large_IMG_8723-1.jpg
Busy Leaf Cutter Ants were everywhere!
large_IMG_8730-1.jpg
'Highway' of Leaf Cutter Ants
large_IMG_8746-1.jpg
large_IMG_8747-1.jpg
The view from the tallest pyramid. I guess a scene from Star Wars was filmed here.
large_IMG_8752-1.jpg
large_IMG_8749-1.jpg
On our walks amongst the ruins we spotted a coatimundi.
large_IMG_8768-1.jpg
And we also saw some Wild Turkeys!
large_IMG_8771-1.jpg
large_IMG_8772-1.jpg
Just before the entrance to the ruins is a zip-line course! So we gave it a go. It was the first time for both of us!! The first zip was scary because we didnt know what to expect, but after that it was fun!!
large_P1120111-1.jpg
large_P1120126-1.jpg
We zipped over & through the tree tops :)
large_P1120119-1.jpg
large_P1120114-1.jpg
Well, thats all for our day in Guatemala. We then headed back across the border. Spent a few more days with Jedd & Amanda before they flew home and we flew to the Galapagos Islands.

Posted by ChantelleS 13:05 Archived in Guatemala Tagged ruins guatemala mayan tikal Comments (0)

(Entries 41 - 45 of 55) « Page .. 4 5 6 7 8 [9] 10 11 »