Avalon World Tour: Unknown location in Guatemala. The World Travelers arrived May 24, 1996.
Zafiro is obviously based on the Quetzalcoatl, a god of the Toltecs and Aztecs, one of the manifestations of the sun god Tezcatlipoca and represented as a plumed serpent.
Jackal and Hyena went through another upgrade.
The four Guatemalan gargoyles' names (Zafiro, Turquesa, Obsidiana, and Jade) are the Spanish words for the four types of stone the Mayan shaman used to make the Sun Amulet (sapphire, turquoise, obsidian and jade).
Jackal: There's nothing like the smell of new meat.
Hyena: Especially when it sizzles. (laughs)
Jackal: Manhattan, Egypt, now Guatemala – must Goliath follow us everywhere?
Hyena: Hey, he's a fan. And we always make time for our fans.
Hyena: The night is looking up! Bowling for Gargoyles, anyone?
Jackal: Hey, gargoyles! If a tree falls in the forest, do I get to hear it scream?
How could Jackal be hit so hard that he flew all the way to the hot tub?
When Zafiro scares off the two villagers cutting down trees, the older one (father) yells to the younger one (son) "Corren! Escapense!" Which, in Spanish, means "Run! Escape!" However, the form he is using would be for addressing more than one person (in essence "Run, you guys! Get out of here, you guys!") But there was only his son beside himself.
Lexington and Broadway should have made sure that Hyena wouldn't wake up and run away before the police find her.