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We need not have bothered with our punctuality.
The bus finally departed at 21.00 and the promised 6 hour journey was more like 7.5hours, the driver stopped for 20 minutes for some dinner while most slept so we dragged our butts through the door of the prebooked hotel at 05.00.
Strangely Ian sleeps better on a bus than ...
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 tricked by "salsa" one more time.
Much love to you both - safe ...
... and 2) We are practically the only people here. Although on our arrival the surly teenager we interrupted on the phone to her mate had to be convinced we had made a reservation as the computer was not saying "si"
Ian made himself understood at dinner that he preferred his chicken to have no bones by saying "pollo" and then squeezing his own ...
... that we are travelling though is the biggest and is called Ocosingo. In this region there are some wonderful natural beauties -One being the Lacandon rainforest, Miramar which is the biggest lake in the region and 2 impressive Mayan sites - one being Tonina. This municipality borderst eh Usumacinta River along a portion where the river forms the international border with Guatemala.
We finally arrive at Tonina, the tallest Mayan pyramid in ...
... fall asleep. First stop is breakfast in the town of Ocosingo. Another two hours, including three vomit stops, we arrive at Agua Azul. You can swim in a few of the pools of this brilliantly blue set of falls - the water is cool and full of calcium. The waterfall is the only part of the river open to tourism after local communities refused to open up due to the religious nature of the waters.
Next we stop at ...