Country #50 – Guatemala Part II

Welcome to Part II of my Guatemala photo essay series. The number one reason I chose Guatemala for my visa run was to visit the magnificent Mayan temple complex of Tikal. Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a wannabe Indiana Jones, and exploring the jungled ruins of Tikal put me in my element. In truth, one day was not enough, but I made the best of it and reveled in the mysterious setting. As I say often, photos rarely do a place justice, but I hope you get a sense of history and the scale of the structures. If you want to know what makes me tick, then here’s a good example. Enjoy!

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

Twenty First Century Nomad Tikal Guatemala © Steven Moore Photography

All images taken by the Nomad, with © Steven Moore Photography

To look back at Guatemala Part I, where I visited and hung out in pretty Flores, click HERE

Here’s what Flores looked like:

© Steven Moore Photography & Twenty First Century Nomad Guatemala

 

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