Chan-Kah Resort Village
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It's a full day of Mayan ruins today! We are visiting Yaxchitlan and Bonampak which are two of the most remote ruins on our journey and perhaps the most remote in Mexico.
So this means a 6am departure! So early. So not awake.
We get on what we have dubbed affectionately "the narcolepsy bus". We all fall asleep every time we get on it …
This morning I set my alarm AND request a wake up call. It's an early start and we have to be packed and on the road early. I've now separated the presents out of my main suitcase from things I actually need and so have a small suitcase I don't need to open till the very end - makes packing somewhat easier!
Breakfast at Hotel Bo runs on Mexican …
... the following morning, and not being able to shower afterwards. We opted for later in the day, and went to sleep.
After waking, showering and generally feeling a lot less grubby, we walked a few blocks to find a veggie friendly place and grabbed some lunch. We met a lovely Swiss couple and spoke to them for a little while, before heading to the collectivo stop. We took a cheap collectivo the 9km to the Palenque site, bought our ...
... dinner down with two local cervezas.
The alarm is set for an early start, tomorrow will be a loooong day.
Day 1: our bus trip from Merida to Palanque took us 8.5 hours on the ADO bus. While the bus was comfy we didn’t get to stop for lunch. Luckily we had snacks from the day before (saladas, croissants, fiesta mix and chilli nuts) but Hinesh was looking for proper food. We stopped briefly in E Zapato and he was able to grab a ...
... the temples, containing the tomb of the 'Red Queen', was open for viewing but like the pyramids of Egypt, was overbearingly hot and humid.
Once we had seen all the ruins,we walked down a path through the jungle, past a couple of waterfalls towards the exit and the museum. The surrounding jungle was supposed to still be home to howler monkeys, toucans and ocelots but we didn't hear or see any of them. The museum was actually quite good, not too ...