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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Xibalba Palenque
Stayed at this hotel for 3 nights. Found the staff to be more than friendly, to the point to saying 'hi' on my way out or in to the hotel. I would definitely come back to this hotel and I'm not the type to go back to a hotel I've been to before.
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Travel Blogs from Palenque
... hippies staying in the park, people who looked like they had been living there off a dollar a day for a year! I did feel a little left out being the only one without dreds.
We jumped on the bus in the morning with our tour group and went to see the ruins. Palenque has a lot more visitors than Tikal and was completely different. The grounds are all well maintained and beside each ruined building there was a board, explaining what ...
... sculptures and inscriptions, Palenque is unquestionably one of the most important Mayan archaeological sites.
Only 150 m / 164 yd above sea level it stays at a humid 26 C / 79 F with roughly 2160 mm / 85 in of rain a year.
Palenque is a ...
... of the many decades if not centuries of work that still lies ahead of the locals.
Looking at the map of the whole area and what has been restored or more importantly what huge expanse that still has to be uncovered.
... them). Each of the indigenous villages have their own dialect and most do not speak any Spanish.
Our visit to the Orquideas Moxviquil (Orchid Botanical Garden) was a real surprise. Cisco Dietz, the owner (originally from Los Angeles) gave us a wonderful tour and insight into these plants. The garden was originally established in 1994 to rescue orchids and epiphytes, which were being dumped and burned as garbage in ...
... the opportunity to stay somewhere that gives you soap and actual bedding rather than just a sheet. The amazing panoramic view point, many churches and other beautiful buildings made walking around Guanajuato a very pleasurable experience.
From Guanajuato we travelled to the equally chilled Oaxaca, a mere two buses and 15 hours further south. There we continued to enjoy meeting the genuinely lovely locals, a variety of spectacular churches, and an ...