Working our first tire issue. It took us two hours flat.
What could be lurking under any innocent looking puddle.
Bundled up for the rain.
Our second flat only took 75 minutes. The stick used to prop up the bike has been added to our toolkit.
Drunk guy who just wanted us to take a photo of him for ourselves.
In Latin America it is allowed to drive though road construction. You just have to dodge between the equipment.
The town we were trekking is known for their traditional pant patterns. All the men of the town wore them. Also, the dog in the photo accompanied us on the last leg of the trek. We go one way over a mountain and end the trek in the town on the other side. Everybody then gets in a bus and leaves, except the dogs. They make their own way back to the other town and then repeat the journey in two weeks when QT does another trek.
The next day we're walking down this valley and up the other side. Sometimes it's better to just not know that is coming up.
Some people love walking in mountains.
Sean finds his shirt in a market in Flores, Guatemala.