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Waterlily in Monterrico mangrove swamp by Jaime leonardo with a Nikon D80
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2 Responses to “Waterlily in Monterrico mangrove swamp”

  1. Carlee says:

    You know what, I’m very much inclneid to agree.

  2. Prince says:

    I loved Monterrico. It’s one of the most laid-back places I’ve ever been. And my trip there imsmaruzed my idea of Guatemala.First of all it’s hard to get there. At a certain moment the bus was supposed to cross a toll bridge, but instead we crossed the river just next to the bridge on a “home made” wooden ferry charging only half of the toll of the bridge.People over there are outlaws. The guy of my hostel just found himself a piece of flat ground and built a hostel on it. No approvals, no documents, nada. The government either didn’t have a clue or just didn’t care.At an evening when I was having diner on a terrace, a big fat pig joined me. It just lay at my feet until I was done eating.And the waves are amazing. I had never seen waves like that before.Nicolas De Corte recently posted..

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