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... to construct such impressive structures such a long time ago. There were so many ruins to climb up much to Hilary's dismay! Even though it was warm there was still no sun!!
Arrived at the waterfalls and guess what?! It was raining!!! However the impressiveness of the waterfall made up for this fact!! Kelly had visited this waterfall back in October on the previous trial and there was nowhere near as much water then. We ventured behind the waterfall managing to ...
... ruins. No further restoration of the site has been planned at this stage. The individual limestone rocks you see were rendered with lime to give a painted stucco. It would have been spectacular to view the reds and blues of the buildings in their prime. Unfortunately the stucco ie plaster has been washed away with time. Similarly trees have grown through the middle of temples and houses destabilising them. Set in ...
... to go through next and had turned back. After a while everyone came through. We then swam over the the edge of the cascade pool which was like an infinity pool looking over the rest of the cascades. We made our way down to the next level and I look across and see Rafael and Dylan walking on the cascades. Rafael took Dylan down some footholds on the front of the cascades to a cave behind the falls where they saw birds. In the meantime the rest of us were in the next pool ...
This morning we had planned to leave at 5am and visit the waterfalls and Palenque ruins on our way to the Jungle Palace where we were staying, but this was disrupted by a political road block! Luckily the bus company knew about it though, so we took a detour through the mountains which had some pretty epic scenery. It also meant we only had to leave at 7am and we got to see the sunrise over San Cristobal, every cloud and all ...
... 12 pesos that you pay. We sit in the Plaza Grande to enjoy our helados and people watch. There is a crazy man near us feeding the pigeons so the winged rats are every where. Another man comes over to chat to us since business is slow and he tells us about not taking photos of the locals unless we ask permission. It is a faster pace here compared to Antigua. The buildings near the Plaza Grande do have the colonial fašade but there are some modern buildings mixed in as ...