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Thank you for the kind words. You'll be happy to know that we found corn cobs and shards at most every ruin we explored. It is indeed a magical place and I'm glad you enjoyed the pics! -Greg

There might be two issues in getting from Calakmul and Tikal. 1) No roads or no roads that you could bike on. Depending on the time of year there might be a lot of mud and all year around the paths are just cut through the jungle leaving the base of the small tree still in the ground. It might make for numerous flats. 2) There might not be a border crossing in that region so you might end up in Guatemala without a passport stamp, which might be an issue when leaving the country. It sounds like a great trip - I'd love to see your photos! -Greg

Impressively! Welcome to the Group L&YS Arches in Nature

its GLOSS mount. i should know i live in fairview


I'm a Photo Editor working on Living Physical Geography, a textbook to be published by Macmillan. We'd like to include this photo in the book so please could you email me and I will send you a request with all the details.

Thank you.

Jerry Marshall

LIKE Ambiente spettacolare, ottima cattura!


L1 Interesting temple.
Greetings from Czechia,

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