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Radio host and travel guide Patricia L. Lawrence visits the Tikal National Park, the ancient and archeological treasure in Guatemala that dates at least to the Mayan civilization and may even be as old as 1000 B.C.

Famous for its many pyramids, temple remains, and thousands of other ancient monuments, the always inquisitive and friendly Lawrence chats with a local guide, Carlos, who explains the many wonders of Tikal and the new discoveries still being made in this extraordinary place of significant cultural significance.

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We arrive in San Jose, from a small boat across Lake Petén Itzá. There are few roads into the region. This quiet lakeside hill town has a Mayan and Spanish Language School. (This Audio Journey is also available in our MesoAmerica Series.)
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