Hotel Maya Tulipanes
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Llegamos a Palenque y fuimos a Agua Azul. En el camino hicimos una parada en la cascada de Misol-Ha y después en Agua Azul comimos y pasamos el día metidas en el agua de las cascadas.
Al otro día fuimos a la zona arqueológica de Palenque que la verdad es increíble. Tan diferente el paisaje en cada zona. Me subí a todo templo y pirámide posible …
... amazing and in part untouched murals were covered with limestone and were found by water leaking through walls which then enabled the fresco to be seen. The Lacandon people don't condone the Americans telling the world about this site and are highly protective of it.
Bonampak has 3 small temples and 3 Stalagmites in the main plaza. The magnificent feature of the site are without doubt the views and the fresco's.
We meander back to the bus and ...
... the 600 peso tour, in favour of saving a bit of cash. I’m sure I’m going to see plenty of jungles and villages over the next 5 months anyway. Instead, I opted for a largely cultural afternoon, consisting of sunbathing by the pool, watching Holland vs Argentina in the World Cup. Semi-final, and beer. We even befriended an old German guy for a bit. He was a bone doctor or something,
When, eventually at around 7pm, the rest of the group came back from ...
... we were told, the river was better for swimming and lazing around before heading back down the path to the van for the return drive back to El Panchán.
Friday nights at Don Mucho's meant a live band was playing, nothing spectacular but good enough to listen to while eating pizza and drinking beer. Either the band played for too long or David was drinking the Negra Modelo too quickly because the walk home wasn't too straight.
... tour for the next day that would take us in the morning to see the Palenque Ruins, then two waterfalls and then onto San Cristobal de Las Casas, which is a town we were really looking forward to getting to about 4 hours away by bus.
We decided to stay out of town in a little park where a few low budget accommodations have been built in the jungle. Our little bungalow was basic but very nice and was super cheap. There were ...