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... levels, and there are multiple pools where you can swim and take a dip.
A few minutes away from the entrance, we were stopped by about four dozen people wearing ski masks and insignias and carrying very big guns. Uh-oh, this can't possibly be good. Many parts of Chiapas are controlled by various Zapatista or other offshoots, and this had to be one of them. Luckily, like good socialist revolutionaries everywhere, they were simply looking to ...
... when we arrived in Palenque at 5:40. We walked from the bus station a few minutes to our hotel Xibalba. Located in the tranquil neighborhood of La Cañada which contains hotels and restaurants. The hotel has a replica of the lid from Pakal’s sarcophagus on display. We will see Pakal's pyramid tomorrow at the Palenque ruins. Rafael gave us our room keys and we made our way to #14 downstairs. We had showers then met back in the lobby at 7:00 to go for dinner. We walked across ...
... Luckily for them there was a (now mangled) tree to catch their fall. We then fastened our seat belts.
Checked into http://www.chan-kah.com.mx/en-us/ Check out the swimming pool, the first decent pool on the trip which will be used before and after some ruin rambling tomorrow.
You can tell it's out of season, 1) It hasn't ...
... the jungle but just sit still and have your cerveza and you’ll be right.
Thankfully there are signs every where for Margarita and Ed’s cabañas and we find it easily enough. We were going to be shown two rooms to pick from but after hearing the first room had AC we say "esta bien" and dump our bags.
It is 6pm when we head out to grab dinner. Our first stop is Chely’s a new bar / restaurant trying to establish itself here in El Panchan. ...
... clearings for farming cattle. In the distance, the hills rose dramatically - this according to Lonely Planet, was the backdrop at the Mayan Ruins of Palenque.
We had no accommodation booked, we wanted to stay in El Panchán, a small 'village' of accommodation with one bar in the jungle closest the ruins. We had tried to book ahead by phoning but there was no answer and the website for simply said "Just turn up, we have plenty of ...