Hotel Maya Tucan

Address: Carretera-Palenque, km. 0.5, Palenque, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera-Palenque, km. 0.5, Palenque, is near Cascadas de Agua Azul and National Park of Palenque.
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        Travel Blogs from Palenque

        Day 52: WATERFALLS

        A travel blog entry by livy_lane on Aug 21, 2015

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        ... faces as the Spanish had beheaded ech and every portrait when they arrived. They also covered the ruin with grafeeti, but at the Tim only the top of it was poking out of the soil, so the roof was covered in scrawl from the middle ages! Interestingly, the Mayan civilisations didn't end when the Spanish arrived and instead ended a few hundred years earlier in 900ad. The guide told us that all the mayans got wiped out as they figured out how to make cement in about 200 bc, burning ...

        In the jungle, the mighty jungle

        A travel blog entry by petercubit on Aug 19, 2015

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        ... were damaged by the jungle, what we see today are largely reconstructions from the ruins. The final part of the northern sector tour was the Juego de Pelota where the ball / skull game was played. Here the group split into those that wanted to return to the hotel (including me) and those that wished to continue through the ruins and to the museum. It was too hot for me and the pool was far more inviting. Dinner was at a Mexican-Italian restaurant, which was very nice with a great ...

        Palenque Ruins

        A travel blog entry by neptunized on Apr 17, 2015

        24 photos

        ... are in the middle of the jungle so you have access to a the inner of the jungle when you are guided, but there is a path that you are allowed to follow and it leads to a nice waterfall.

        We spent about two hours and a bit more at the ruins and did not rush, but sat down twice to enjoy the view and the silence.

        The afternoon we spent in Palenque itself having a nice, typical Chiapas ...

        Remote ruins

        A travel blog entry by michadventure on Sep 06, 2014

        12 photos

        ... is untouched land. The grass and underbrush is so green. The leaves are crisp and the trees have trunks that roam free. The forest feels so alive.
        As we explore the ruins the calls of the large troops of howler monkeys above us in the trees remind us just how far from modern civilization we are and how powerfully alive the Lacandon forest remains.
        Within this temple the labyrinths house bats, spiders and original markings from ancient times. ...

        Buses and Blockades

        A travel blog entry by mattmantle on Jul 08, 2014

        ... a backup Savings card at least.

        Anyway, I managed to successfully erase that from my memory and get on with some Lemonfest work on the coach, as well as some more meticulous studying of my Central America guidebook for the next few destinations. The journey went fairly smoothly, aside from the threat of a local village blockade up the road where they were demanding money and graffiti-ing any vehicles trying to get ...