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... today included two indigenous villages. Both Mayan but with different religious aspects. The first village, San Juan Chamula, was very traditional and we had to restrain our photo taking. We entered the village via the cemetery where a ritual was taking place and then down into the main square dominated of course by the church built in 1524. The church while Catholic based had many saints in glass cabinets along the walls. There is not a service but people go ...
... bridges crossing the gorges were very high. The countryside varied from rainforest, to farmed land for cattle, corn and Palm oil plantations. We passed through a number of smaller villages. One section of the road had experienced a massive landslide where the road was closed to single lane and a section about 500 metres long had disappeared down the bank. It was raining when we started out and then we came across a very heavy fog with poor visibility and then sunshine ...
... night there was no overnight bus but rather an early morning bus the next day to head out of the beautiful San Cristobal and on to Panajachel, Guatemala (Woooooo new county and no overnight bus). Thank you once again for checking out our blog, the next post will be about our adventures in Panajachel, Guatemala. We hope you're enjoying the entries and it makes you want to go out and travel (but ultimately it's to reassure our parents that we are ...
... uncover it in the future I can come back and be that annoying old guy that smugly tells everyone "I was here when nobody else knew about it. Nope, not a tourist in sight when I was here. Just me and a lost city. Yep." But that would be a decade or so away, so I climbed back down and headed off to the city for one last night of partying...tomorrow I say adios to Mexico, and break into Central America.
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... blue waterfalls). Palenque doesn't disappoint. The ruins are exquisite and well preserved. We spend three hours walking around, hiking up steep steps, and taking photos from the top. There's so much to see and this site is just phenomenal. Set in the midst of a jungle, I can only begin to imagine what it would've looked like when it was in use. As we exit the ruins, there's this beautiful cascade we walk through. We're just a few steps on and I see Mario peering into the ...