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Jellard's eye was 95% better, so we decided to split the driving this time. I did the first leg to the Guatemalan/Mexican border and then Jellard took over. Leaving Guatemala and entering Mexico as a private individual was pretty painless. However, importing the car into Mexico was quite another matter. Crossing the border was no problem, but the car had to be imported at a location 90 kms further ...
... were standard Murray's bus size but the backs were a lot softer so I fell asleep almost straight away. First overnight bus... Tick. San Cristobal is a quaint little town up in the mountains in southern Mexco (in the Chiapas region for those who know Mexico) not far from the Guatemalan border. There isn't a huge amount to do there but it's one of the welcoming places where you can quite happily wile away a few days just wandering around the town. I stayed in ...
... Mayan cities, Chichen Itza and Palenque felt and looked very different so we were looking forward to seeing more sites on our tour. Our next stop took us to another picturesque Mexican town, this time San Cristobal de les Cases. This small town full of churches, cobbled streets and unfeasibly high pavements turned out to be one of favourites places so far on our trip. Alongside historical churches and buildings it also had good shopping for Tracey and good ...
... a 40min drive from Palenque and by the time we get there, it's peak heat and I just want to jump straight into the waterfall. Except that the force of the spray of water coming over the rocks would probably shred my skin off. It's amazing though. There's a walkway underneath the falls where you get misty sprays of water and it's seriously refreshing. The waterfall booms above us and people swim in the water below. Awesome. Back on this bus and we make our way to Agua Azul. ...
... into us. We eventually ran out of light still 100km short of our destination and were fortunate to find a cheap roadside hotel to lick our wounds.
The next morning we pressed on with the wind just as bad, then turned north into the mountains at the town of Arriaga. We climbed into the mountains on the “old” road leaving the exposed “new” toll road to vehicles weighing more than a tonne, and finally found some still air near ...