Fiesta Inn Ciudad del Carmen
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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 ...
A big archeological site with the building style similar to the previous sites but slightly different.
Their civilisation also lasted about 600 yrs. the site has only been excavated approximately 5%.
After a rainy morning the day turned out hot and humid. We went to a river with waterfalls and had a BBQ on the rivers edge. Usual food, guacamole,tomatoes, onion and chilly salad called 'pico de Galleo,' (meaning the beak of the rooster) and ...
... 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 ...
... and tourism (30percent of income). Produce ranges from from tropical fruits to Palm oil plantations. We also saw some grazing of cattle, the land belonging to absentee landlords. Unlike Asia you drive for quite a ways without any sign of human habitation, particularly in Chiapas. Although a tourist town Palenque is a relatively poor area. Population are predominantly Mayan. Our hotel fortunately isn't too ...
Another brutally early morning wakeup today, for a daytrip into the remote parts of the Chiapas jungle to see more Mayan ruins.
Indy 500 Palenque
After some confusion where the non-English speaking guide tried to ascertain if we were indeed the group who booked, and us non-Spanish speaking tourists tried to figure out if this was indeed our tour, we set out in yet another sprinter van. We picked up two other couples in Palenque town, ...