BEST WESTERN Palmareca Hotel & Suites
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We were up, fed, packed and ready to go to Amiku adventure park by just after 11am. We had to check out today so we left our bags at the hotel reception and got in a cab for the 25 minute cab ride to the Amiku reception area. We found the flyer in the hotel lobby and it was something I really wanted to do because it has Jaguars and Toucans, as well as massive flying foxes over canons, rock climbing and a pool. We got to the reception and it was a little unorganized, the man who ...
... across the paved ground, this chip was huge for the half a dozen ants carrying it over pavers and through cracks, in fact after we finished our sandwiches we watched them for another 10 minutes wondering where they were heading with the chip and how they would get it into the nest. After we got bored of that we headed back to the city, we looked through markets on the way back, then looked in shops around the city. Eventually we got back to the hotel ...
... and a group of people dancing away.
After taking a few photos , we walked into the main Zocolo which is HUGH. I read later that it’s the biggest outside DF. There were all kinds of stalls there and we stopped and bought some churros and met up again with the noisy Aussie.
We wandered around, took some photos. The Koreans were quite funny about wanting their photos taken with ...
The ruins themselves were impressive also, particularly this temple structure at the top of a hill with a persevered roof lattice, one of the best surviving of its kind.
After a rather measly lunch, we headed to the small site of Bonampak, famous only because it has (apparently) the best preserved pre-Columbisn murals in the Americas. There were three small rooms covered on all 4 walls and on the ceiling with ...
... brown ones, red ones and I even saw a giant iridescent blue one that looked a bit like a blue morpho.
The island has captive animals in cages that many visitors enjoy looking at and being photographed beside. There were two jaguars, an ocelot, a puma and many scarlet macaws. They are all such incredibly beautiful animals, especially the cats! And it made me so sad to think of them spending every one of their days trapped in cages. We did not ...