Hotel Ciudad Real Palenque
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... saw some toucans and Edgar painted our faces with the berry of one of the plants. Once back we hopped back on the bus and left Palenque at 12:15. We then travelled to the farm of a local family in Roberto Barrios. Their farm is located next to the river and here we were having lunch. The ladies were shown how to flatten out and cook our own corn tortillas. Apparently if you make a round tortilla you are worthy of marriage! Dylan on the other hand got to carry a 30kg bag ...
Ian preoccupied with referendum events back home and this manifested itself through weird sartorial choices during a day mainly lounging by the awesome pool which we shared photos of to death.
We arrived at the Bus Terminal with plenty of time to spare for the 17.40 to Chetumal - a Yucatan border town with Northern Belize - destined to arrive ...
... sandwich to tide him over. We watched three movies in español today – Identity Thief, The Lone Ranger and Men In Black 3. Nothing too exciting to report on the ride here, except for one incident when this small truck was over taking the bus but left it too late and there was on coming traffic so he tried to merge into the bus. The driver broke hard and we went flying forward. All good, no one was hurt.
We arrive at the bus terminal and find a ...
... As soon as it stopped raining, one of the local boys asked us if we wanted to follow him so we climbed down waterfalls and went into little caves..it was spectacular!! We left at around 4pm and headed back with our very wet things to the hotel. It started pouring again on our way back! So happy we had our own room but the sour-faced woman at reception did not want to give us two additional towels OMG *****!!!! After we've all had showers, we again went next door for dinner and ...
... clearings for farming cattle. In the distance, the hills rose dramatically - this according to Lonely Planet, was the backdrop at the Mayan Ruins of Palenque.
We had no accommodation booked, we wanted to stay in El Panchán, a small 'village' of accommodation with one bar in the jungle closest the ruins. We had tried to book ahead by phoning but there was no answer and the website for simply said "Just turn up, we have plenty of ...