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 …
Up bright and breezy and off to Palenque ruins.
It was the most impressive bunch of stones thus far but damn it was hot and the pool which was calling from the moment we woke up was now screaming...
We agreed to meet the wee weegie and the choochter one last time for dinner before we go off our separate ways, had some food, got …
You've gotta love a bus.
This one wasn't luxurious but it was only supposed to be just over 5 hours (of course it didn't) We made the right decision to take the 12.15 as the one before crashed. We drove past it half on the corner of a hill, you do not want to look down as it is, with windows smashed, a tow truck ready and passengers bags …
... including examples of engraved stucco and a huge sarcophagus recently discovered deep in the bowels of the temple. Probably the highlight of our tour to date. Have a new favourite lunch Quesadillas (melted cheese filled tortillas) with Guacamole dip with corn chips. Another trivia note- the cone shaped heads of the Mayan nobility were achieved by placing wooden splints on the babies head for several months after they were ...