Hotel Del Carmen
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... snaked just out in the open, Bobbie was not coming in and told me to go, slowly and cautiously I walked in, I couldn't see any snakes and the man was ushering me in. The small area ended up having 4 different types of pythons, at first I was scared but most of them were all just hanging out in trees, except for one that was on the ground which the handler picked up with the snake pole and put in a tree, I didn't hang around in there long, I got my photos and got out of ...
... we had air con in our room. The streets all run one way and are pretty skinny so there is traffic everywhere, there are no traffic lights so the system seems to be you let one car go at an intersection then you go. That afternoon I got a hair cut and got a color to put in after dinner. We went to a chicken restaurant similar to a KFC or legs and breasts for dinner, then had a chilled out night watching tv and coloring my ...
... fellow travellers. We arrived quite late so after settling in and finding some dinner, we got an early night in preparation for our 3am tour to Tikal. We arrived at Tikal around 4:30am and hiked through the ruins for about half an hour to reach Temple Four by sunrise. It was a beautiful and quite meditative experience as the ruins emerged from the jungle and mist as it got lighter. Unfortunately there was such a thick layer of mist that we didn't ...
... of Chetumal and get to Palenque or San Cristobal. We were told that the next bus was at 10.30pm that night. We had 12 hours to kill....so we headed off around the town and ended up staying in a restaurant, supping on some bottles of beer and had fajitas. The beer was only $2 per bottle of Sol, score! We stayed here most the day and headed back into the town. They were having some Christmas celebration and there were lots of families out on the town. There was ...
... village. Playing away could mean expulsion from the community, as does converting from the only accepted religion. Our timing was impeccable (albeit unplanned) to visit on a Sunday when everyone gathers in the plaza to trade, shop and visit Iglesia de San Juan (Church of St John) dedicated to the village's patron, St John the Baptist. Once you pay 40 pesos to the tourism guy sat outside, you're allowed in. Apparently the money is used for church ...