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13 viewsSetting off on the trek to Tajulmulco, the highest point in Central America.
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15 viewsA quick stop to de-layer and stretch.
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14 viewsThere's the dormant dome of Tajulmulco. It may not be a craggy peak, but it's plenty high.
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13 viewsA cow grazing in the shadow of Tajulmulco.
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13 viewsThat mountain forms part of the Mexican border.
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13 viewsA stop for lunch and to watch the clouds go by.
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18 viewsA young boy leads his donkey down the hill laden with firewood.
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13 viewsThe rest of the family follows the boy home. They had a particularly stubborn donkey and I had to help tie the wood.
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13 viewsMmm, lunch!
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15 viewsGetting into the cloud forest.
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15 viewsAnd now getting into the clouds.
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12 viewsDepending how you look at it, these flowers almost bit the dust or are protected from a lot of things.
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15 viewsMore alpine flowers.
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16 viewsThe yellow stands out a lot in the colourless misty backdrop.
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16 viewsGrabbing firewood. Two guys pull and one in the tree hacks.
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14 viewsWe scrambled up this incline after setting up camp to watch the sunset.
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14 viewsCold, chilly, and surrounded by white mist, there wasn't always much to see.
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14 viewsThe cloud overtop of us would occasionally break, offering views like this.
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16 viewsThis is Epic Dean, altitude sickness survivor.
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14 viewsA look down in the fading light.
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