Before we left breakfast at the lodge – I ordered homemade granola, yogurt and fruit. The yogurt was kind of weird – slightly tart, but not as smooth as Greek yogurt. It was okay, but looked really pretty 🙂
Tikal! We went to Guatemala to visit Tikal – it is one of the largest Mayan civilizations in Central America.
It was a 1.5 hour car ride back to Belize! It was great to ride through Guatemala and see that countryside too.Dinner was back at the lodge. Since it’s so secluded it’s not realistic to eat somewhere else. That is frustrating because we don’t get to experience the town, but at least the food is good (even if it’s expensive).
The food was just okay, but the company was great! The lodge has everyone sit together for dinner, but they only had one other couple there the whole time we were there! We became very good friends with Joe and Julie. They are also newlyweds and are super cool peeps from San Francisco. I wish we still lived in CA so we could hang out on our road trips around the state. *Added info: Julie went to work in Rwanda for a year and the first night we had dinner Ben and I couldn’t stop asking her questions about it. She is super inspirational and I want to be more like her. Oh, and Joe is a lawyer – Power Couple all the way!