Quality of the roads wise, riding into Guatemala from Belize was like eating a nice steak after weeks of eating cheap, canned tuna. While roads in Guatemala are far from ideal, ones in Belize were nightmare most of the time. At least the ones I took. There was also significantly less topes (speed bumps) than in Mexico. I forgot to mention this before, but Mexico was brutal with speed bumps. My rough calculation is that I went over roughly 10000 speed bumps during my 40 day riding around Mexico. One of the most difficult, yet most fun rides so far was through the mountains on my way to Lanquin. I also rode on one of the most dangerous roads in Central America, known for robberies and need of police escort. Not to show how brave I am because that would be rather dumb, I simply forgot. Luckily, nothing happened. I will write more about it when I get to Guatemala on the home page here. Been rained on and got wet number of times. No issues with bike. Below is the map and my route through Guatemala, from Belize to El Salvador.