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“A lawyer and real estate mogul who owns hotels, transportation companies and a local cable TV station, Baldizón is from Guatemala's northern jungle-covered region of Peten, a lawless area where drugs, illegal immigrants, weapons and contraband flow freely across the border with Mexico.”
“That means someone with an iPhone sitting on a monorail train in the jungle-covered hills of Kuala Lumpur easily can make video calls with Apple Inc.'s FaceTime application, using a tiny pocket router to access a WiMAX wireless-broadband network set up by local conglomerate YTL Corp. Bhd.”
“Rarotonga is the main island in the Cook Island group, a true Polynesian paradise, with towering jungle-covered peaks and an aqua verde lagoon surrounding the island.”
“On Jan. 1, 1994, leftist Zapatista rebels from the jungle-covered hills of Chiapas took on the Mexican army to demand democratic reforms and equal treatment for indigenous Mexicans.”
“The Karen long fought successfully against Burmese authorities from the jungle-covered hills near the border with Thailand before a lack of unity weakened the movement.”
“Having had no inkling of a city on the desolate peak, he is stunned to encounter the jungle-covered ruins.”
“Located 200 miles northeast of Mumbai in the immense lava field of the Deccan Plateau that covers much of central India, Ajanta was an isolated, jungle-covered ruin when an English officer rediscovered it in 1819 while hunting tigers.”
“The reptiles are being kept in a water-filled pen in a local village in the jungle-covered mountain range.”
“From the top of El Castillo, which is the tallest pyramid in the Yucatán, (even taller than the El Castillo at Chichén-Itzá) you can see for miles in every direction, with jungle-covered pyramids and ruins poking out of the jungle floor.”
“Los Tuxtlas (Veracruz): a beautiful jungle-covered volcanic region, with vestiges of pre-Hispanic archeology.”
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