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... and are still being documented and explored.
The primary sctructures are in a large opening in the foliage. The main heirglyphs (which are impressive) are covered by metal roofs, which kinda detracts from the overall ambience. At first I wondered what was the point in protecting them from the elements, they've survived millenia already, but on further reflection they no doubt survived in the shade and protection ...
... to make sure nothing was recorded as withdrawn.
Laundry was handed over at reception in the hostel for an expert to take care of. As I have a supply of half a dozen or so Adidas and Nike clima-fit type T-shirts which are easy to wash and dry relatively quickly, I can usually make one last a few days, but the weather has taken a decided turn for the hotter and add in a significant rise in humidity and the shirts definitely need to be changed more often. If not for ...
... journey once I've booked our accommodation even when saying it might be a good idea. Definitely not his fault ;) Anyway back to the journey! We left early as both El Salvador and Honduras are known to be the baddest boy countries of Central America so travelling on local buses through some of the towns at night aren't the best idea. In the end it took 5 buses and 12 hours. Although knackering and at points incredibly uncomfortable it was definitely an experience to ...
... few of the ruin sites helped us get warmed to the Mayan mythology. We did not get too deep into the intricacies of the many Mayan calendars.
We had visited Palenque, Bonampak and Yaxchilan (Chiapas) and Chichen Itza, Uxmal and other sites on the Ruta Puuc in the Yucatan a few years ago. We had flirted with the idea of crossing into Guatemala to visit Tikal but had wisely given it up for a future date due to potential visa ...
... about five or six brothers and sisters.
He had a very loud house next door, full of people giving each other tattoos and really loud rap music, or is that reggaeton??? I don't know. I'm out of it now, I'm too old… I couldn't handle it at the moment, so I went back to sit with the sisters in the relative quiet of the Spanish TV in the living room.