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... in the trees outside! There's a central "hut" which acts as a bar/lounge/restaurant and rooms off. At the back there is a large lake, beyond which is a "natural" swimming pool area. We've seen the monkeys, some interesting birds, a large lizard (on the side of our pool) and the small (c1m) crocodile which lives in the lake. We had a lazy day enjoying the pool, the tranquillity and our books, winding up with a massage at 4pm. Heaven.
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... in Merida. Palenque will always be remembered as the town who wake up early and eat BBQ chicken for breakfast! Campeche is a lovely seaside city that has great architecture and doesn't have a lot of tourists which is something we love! I know we are tourists but we don't want to mix with them!! Great weather, great people, great food that's all we got to see of Campeche as we left the very next morning and I'm sure if we had stayed longer we would have really liked it there. Great ...
... Then to our hotel in Pelanque. Big, flash but not really maintained.
All the crew met at the pool for a swim, drinks and nibbles.
very pleasant evening.
Early start to visit the Mayan site of Palenque. Again amazing. Such huge complexes built by these so called primitive people.
Our local guide was great and took us to some ruins that were prohibited ...
... up to the top and sit in the rushing water! I love climbing! I had a good technique to battle the moss too. Was really fun diving into the water and it was nice and cool. We relaxed in the afternoon and then went and got a Berger in this really cool little restaurant. It was a jungle restaurant! Then went to the supermarket and got supplies for tomorrow. We got lunch stuff sorted and packed our bags. Updated my apps and sorted my photos, very productive ...
We were sad to leave our beautiful hotel in Tulum after nearly a week there. We had sussed out all the cheap places to eat and knew our way around the town so we could definitely had stayed a little longer, had we not been keen to keep exploring. We caught an overnight bus (yay.....not!) and arrived in Palenque early in the morning. We caught a taxi to El Panchan, the hippy town just out of Palenque and much deeper in the jungle . After checking into ...