Fiesta Inn Ciudad del Carmen
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... Saturday 8th. Before leaving the bus terminal, we booked our onward transport to our next stop for the following evening (another overnight bus...). We walked a few hundred metres, found a hostel, and checked in. If we'd had a decent amount of sleep, our intention was to go straight to the Palenque Mayan ruins. We hadn't had enough sleep and felt that we wouldn't enjoy it. This left the choice of going in the afternoon in the heat of the day, ...
... s also been staying at Iguana with us. They had a jam packed timetable lined up for the next day including a tour of two waterfalls followed by a day at the ruins before coming back to the jungle for a quick dinner before catching the night bus to Tulum. Understandably they didn't stick around long as they wanted to get an early night ready for their early start the next day.
On Monday we'd arranged to meet the others ...
... serio con piante medicinali. Per un paio di giorni peró ancora un'altra esperienza couchsurfing nella fantastica zona Lagunare di Bacalar. Non pianificata, ovviamente, ma difficilmente ignorabile dopo le varie storie ascoltate da troppi viaggiatori e foto viste. Passo e chiudo per il momento Ciá Amazing couchsurfing experiences here in two places. Great talks about basically every aspect of life and particularly about this wonderful land, Chiapas and its people, so amazing ...
So, we were making progress across the east of Mexico and having a brilliant time, but there was still lots to see and time was running out for our end of May flight out of Cancun. So, after some planning and scheming, we decided to speed up and cut some stops out to reach the coast with time to chill out and enjoy our final days on the beach. There were more places to see on our original, loosely planned route, but they were starting ...
A long drive from San Cristobal de Las Casas to Palenque today (five and a half hours) as we had to reroute to avoid Zapatistas (National Liberation Army) who have become very active around the area we were supposed to drive through, and are targeting tourists to draw attention to their cause.
We were supposed to visit the Misol-Ha and Agua Azul waterfalls on the way to Palenque but these activities were canceled for safety reasons due to ...