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... unscheduled stops along the way and one feature of Mexican roads is that there are speed bumps seemingly every few hundred metres.
While the seats reclined and were OK with all the talking, eating noisy food, snoring, ******* and spitting it was difficult to get much sleep. However, some of the scenery for the final part of the journey was breath-taking as we climbed to an altitude of over 2,100 metres to get to San ...
... novaně, žádný couchsrufing jsme zde neměli, a ve finále jsme měli problém vůbec nějaké místo pro nocleh najít. Všechny hostely v centru byly plné. To se nám snad ještě nikde nestalo. Nakonec jsme našli volný pokoj v jednom starém hotelu, který už toho asi hodně pamatoval. Nakonec nás Campeche svoji architekturou krásně barevných domů doslova uchvátilo. Do ...
... Campeche but not too painful. The scenery was not spectacular, mostly flat forested plains. There was some agricultural land, mostly given over to growing sugar cane, bananas or mangoes and quite a few cattle ranches. The roads were long and straight and virtually empty. Villages were few and far between and there were no large towns as we crossed the Yucatan Peninsula from the Caribbean side to the Gulf of Mexico side. No vendors boarded to entertain us on ...
Palenque has a reputation as a magnificent ruin (as it were) and this reputation is well deserved. Where we are staying at El Panchan is right at the entrance to the park containing the ruins. We walked to the entrance to El Panchan and jumped in a colectivo to take us the 2km to the actual ruins. We settled in for the ride and went all of 20 metres before stopping again. First you have to buy an armband (25 pesos) which appears to be a park ...
... first task, we all decided, was to buy some Christmas decorations to brighten it up a bit. So the place to go, in Mexico, appears to be a manchester store, where, alongside the ribbons etc are all manner of tinsel, garlands and the like. We got 2 metres of this, 3 metres of that, one of those, two of these and before you know it we had all of the necessaries for creating our own Christmas hearth. I think we spent about 150 pesos ($10.60) and when we got back to ...