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We left Valladolid at 2pm, via the very chaotic bus station. It was too small for the amount of people, which left us crushed and without the information we needed - like where and when was our bus. We asked several times, and in the end simply busted through to the bus parking lot to what we suspected was our bus. We were told it wasn't, then that person changed their minds and said that it was. We boarded and got underway to our connecting ...
... a bus for the usual cheap price of MX$122 for a route that went via a detour and would take 8 hours in total. The route went via Tuxtla and Villahermosa and included a stop at a small village in the middle of the countryside where we had a cheap lunch of pulled pork tacos for Stu and grilled marinated pepper tacos for me, both of course served with lashings of salsa verde!
We arrived at Palenque bus station on the ...
... Barrios with i will never forget, thanks to which i could manage to last a couple of extra days here and get to know more people a bit better. I'm allowing myself a little bit more holiday time now by heading to the fantastic place of Bacalar with its smashing Laguna and after this I'll be going for my last couple of months in these great projects in Quintana Roo. Surrounded by amazing nature and I'm pretty sure, people as well. Can't wait! Talk soon bellissimi. Ciao ciao ...
... for preservation takes precedence.
After a very good guided tour (for an extra price) we made our way down the hill through some stunning forest scenery and waterfalls, ending up at an interesting museum. This ruin is the home of a famous tomb with an interesting artwork depicted on the cover of a Mayan reading the stars. Though the things around him are all symbols known from the period, it has been interpreted by some conspiracies as ...
Spent a week helping at the ecovillage here learning about biodynamic agriculture and local native tree propagation. Edmundo is a wealth of information and they are helping teach the local people about sustainable agriculture and trying to help protect the forests. Visited the local ruins which I thought were one of the most impressive I've ...