#1 The entire chicken bus experience.
#2 The laundry in Xela where you can get the biggest bag of dirty clothes cleaned for just over £1! And they actually used washing powder!
#3 Laguna Lachua - a pot of gold at the end of a bloody long bus journey.
#4 The amazing strength of chicken bus ayudas. There really is no bag they cannot lift!
#5 The colourful traditional clothing.
#6 Local bars where you can get a litre of beer for less than water.
#7 Volcanoes. Everywhere.
#9 Swimming in the waters surrounding Flores at dusk.
#10 The Deep Blue in San Pedro - fish and chips just like home.
#11 The cheapest restaurant in Flores where we had breakfast and dinner for almost 11 days in a row.
#12 Casa Seibel - our home away from home.
#13 The lax border into Livingston, where it appears you could just slip into Guatemala forever, and nobody would know you're there!
#14 The bakery in Xela - the only place we have found proper bread.
#15 Desayuno tipico - we could eat that every day of the week (and often did).
#16 That, despite centuries of victimisation and struggle, that the Maya continue to have such a strong presence and identity throughout the country.
#17 The colourful, peeling walls which provide the perfect backdrop for any photo.
#18 Haircuts for around $1 - trust us, better than anything Andrew got in London.
#19 The feisty troupes of street-dogs.
#20 Cafe No Se in Antigua: Mezcal, live blues and dive-bar chic until the wee hours.
#21 The 13km walk from Lanquin to Semuc Champey through the cloud forest.