A welcoming, friendly smile from a little girl in the nearby village of Tzampetey.
She is carrying her little brother, who is not so sure.
In England, the littlest children used to be told that if they stray out of the house at night, the "bogeyman" would get them.
In the Mayan highlands, in a similar way, the children used to be told that the "gringos" would come and chop off their heads.
In the more remote villages, the smallest children are still quite wary of foreigners