Hotel Maya Tulipanes
- Shuttle bus service
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 …
Palenque is definitely different from every climate we've seen so far in Mexico. We've traded high elevations, dry cool temperatures, and cactus for near-sea level rainforest-like conditions: Heat, humidity and lush vegetation. We're actually staying a few kilometres outside Palenque town, at a jungle retreat in the national park. Our hotel is really just a camping and RV park with some rooms, but it includes a swimming pool, an ...
... stunning! In the jungle so really green and pretty, Chiapas in general I think is my favourite place so far, secondary is amazing, so green and lush, but soooo hot! Had a coconut. Dropped off a bus station around 4.30, 6.5 hours to kill before bus to Merida. Lugged backpacks to restaurant then few of us went to a bar near station - bug regret- got so bitten! Saw ugly thing that looked like massive rat. May be a possum? Got night bus, so so ...
... dripped on the counter.
The admission prices (park and ruins) were modest (81 MXP in total), and I decided not to get a guide. I walked around and climbed each flight of steps in the omnipresent heat. I saw the American ladies again and a family from Michoacan, who had driven all the way from Chicago, as well as a Dutch couple from Amsterdam at Museo de los sitios, which was closed due to an 'electrical fault', as they put it, and as I later found ...
... room and rest up to see the Palanque ruins tomorrow.
Day 2: we sleep in for a little bit after the early wake up calls for the past couple of days. We head to Don Muchos for desayuno and are again welcomed by the not so friendly wait staff. Maybe that’s what happens when your tip of 10% is compulsory, you don’t work for it. Hinesh has the eggs with ham and friojoles and I stick with my boring toast with jam. Once we have stocked up our energy ...