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... my forearm as testament to that. First the man fed him, he put the tongs up high so the massive jaguar had to stand on its hind legs to get the meat, he was a lot more aggressive at taking the meat from the tongs, his head was huge and his body was very muscular. When the man gave me the tongs I did the same thing, I held the meat high and the mighty cat launched onto his hind legs and grabbed the cage with his huge clawed feet, it was amazing. We then took a bunch of photos ...
... to Lanquin and were pleasantly surprised at yet another brilliant hostel, El Retiro, right on the river with spectacular views and an excellent buffet dinner. Our day spent in Semuc Champey (only nine kilometres but hour drive from Lanquin) was one of our best yet. We started at the caves which was definitely a stretch of the comfort zone but so worth it. With each person holding a candle we entered the caves in a single file, at times holding ...
... at 4.30 am into the bus terminal. We couldn't get a bus directly to San Cristobal, we had to wait until 1 o'clock the next day to get a bus to Palenque, wait there five hours and then get another bus that night at 9.30pm to San Cristobal. We wouldn't arrive into San Cristobal until 5.30 am the following morning (Monday), when we should have got into there at 11am Sunday! Anyway a lot of waiting around in bus terminal, sleeping on the seats in the ...
... is disturbing their sacred space. Whatever the reason, not being able to capture the moment on film made it all the more special. It means you really have to see it for yourself. It's hard to describe but I'll try my best...
Only natural light streams in and only from the one side of the building. Hundreds of candles are lit everywhere. Together with the burning of incense this creates a smoky, eerie atmosphere. At first glance you notice that ...
... save the jaguar which was numerous in the area not that long ago.
A hydroelectricity dam was constructed (in the late 70's, I think) which raised the level of the river in the gorge allowing it to be navigated by boat. Up until that time only 2 expeditions had been able to get down the canyon.
After 3 nights in Tuxtla it was back on the bus at 11.30pm to travel for 8 hours to Veracruz, on the Gulf Coast as we start to make our way towards Puerto Vallarta for ...