Hotel Posada El Paraiso
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... groom and bride's parents would look. The brightest and gayest costume was for the groom! Back in town, Alister, Peter and I were dropped off at the Plaza to visit the Amber Museum. This was a no go as, being Monday, all museums are closed! So we headed to El Grano for lunch and were joined in short order by most of the others. At this point, the heavens opened up so we took our time over food and great coffee. We three eventually headed up to the market. There were some great ...
... of four. Stu and I had originally planned to make our way to Palenque on Saturday but we were told that afternoon that the road was blocked due to a political demonstration. Apparently the losing party of the local elections that had taken place the week before were not happy about their defeat and were blocking the main road between San Cristobal and Palenque in protest. It seems this is the road of choice for protesters as I found a number ...
... saw turned out to be fakes we were convinced the second lot were as well, at least until one of them got up, waddled down the bank and slowly submerged under the water in front of us!
After a 2 hour tour it was time to turn around and speed back up to the jetty, at one point we were racing another speed boat as we weaved our way back through the canyon, so much fun!
... expires. Lake Atitlan is calling! And further south, the Andes. My planned route runs through Guatemala, El Salvador, Ometepe Island in Lake Nicaragua, and some tropical beaches, more dollar work opportunities in Costa Rica, and then Columbia, Ecuador and Peru. But anything can happen along the way, as the road rises up to meet me, melding my destiny with chance and synchronicity. What lies around the corner and down the rabbit hole?
... the practices are Mayan but directed towards Christian statues and images - hedging their bets, I reckon. There was a very powerful spiritual feeling in the church.
Wednesday 27th November
Toniná is a Mayan city that flourished from 200 - 900 AD, making it contemporary with Monte Alban and Teutiwachan, but there are obvious differences ...