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... soaked, the volume of water was just crazy!! There was a change in plan as to which waterfall we were visiting next due to Mexicans holding a protest and our guide didn't want us to be taken hostage!! By the time we arrived it had stopped raining but still no sunshine!! This waterfall again was impressive, we even swam in this one, it was a tiny bit chilly to say the least, but extremely refreshing!!
Fingers crossed for sunshine in the next stop which is ...
... about 45cm but the treads were only about 20cm. It meant that you clambered up them and then came down sideways like a crab. The stairs were also wet and at times slippery. This area was established 60 to 900AD with the halcyon period from early from 800- 900 AD during the reign of the Pukal kings. The Pyramid or temple and the Kings palace are the significant buildings however during a rainforest walk we stumbled upon many ...
Headed out from Merida for an 8 hour drive to Palenque passing through the states of Yucatan, Campeche, Tabasco and finally Chiapas. A long and relatively uninteresting drive although we passed along the Gulf of Mexico for a short period. We left the stunted rainforest of Yucatan, a product of being on poor limestone terrain to emerge in Chiapas close to a mountain range. This is a richer agricultural area (50 ...
The return boat ride felt good after all that walking. We had a basic lunch at the onsite restaurant, and the piled back into the van to head to the day's second site.
A van ride and a shuttle ride took us to Bonampak, the second of the two sites for today. Much smaller and more compact than Yaxchilan, Bonampak is famous for the remarkably well preserved rock art and paintings inside the ruins. It was ...
... ruins. From there, it was a steep fifteen-minute climb uphill, which, in this humidity, meant I probably sweated out about a full bucket's worth. I know, I know, too much information. But hey, it was worth it: We got to the main area where there were amazing pyramids, temples and structures. Unfortunately, we were pressed for time: With only an hour or so until the site closed, we only had a chance to see some of the main sites, and not to hike out to ...