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The drive from Puerto to Tuxtla took us about 10 hours on the Mexico 200 highway. It was a long drive and we didn't arrive until 10pm so the last part of the drive was tough in the dark. We keep making this mistake, getting up and taking ages to leave so we don't arrive at the next place until late! Although we did get to drive up to the top of a very high mountain which was super scary as I knew there was a sheer drop on the other side but the stars were amazing! Kike made ...
... the guy was telling her to lower it, I found it all very funny, eventually she got the meat right in front of the crocs face and SNAP!!! The croc bit on the peg and broke it and took the meat, Bobbie screamed as it happened then felt bad the peg broke, but the guy laughed and seemed ok with it. He then took us further up into the park to do something I've always dreamed of doing, getting up close to a feeding a Jaguar. The first one was a smaller female, she was very pleasant and ...
... 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 ...
... sunning on the riverbank, the monkeys swinging from the trees and other points of interest. All of this was in Spanish of course so we were in the dark about most of what he said. There were three monkeys high above us and though it was neat to see them, I hope there will come a time when we will be a bit closer so we can actually photograph them.
We sped along up the canyon, with hundreds of vultures dotting the sky above and hundreds of ...