San Lucas Toliman hands down. It was the smallest town we were in (about 30,000 people). This was the view from our hotel:
On that mountain in the mornings, you could hear the birds passing a message along from one end to the other.
At night we'd go to the roof and drink beers. Every night we'd see shooting stars. The minimun was 5 a night, 15 was the max.
Also on that roof, I smoked a joint a bought for 5 Quetzal (64 cents).
We spent most of our time here filming at a reforestation center and the interviews with the organizer were to inspiring.
When people ask me how the trip went, I normally respond "indescribable."