Hotel Plaza Palenque
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... s help, I phoned the hotel in San Cristobal, but they claimed to have no sign of my charger. Milton said he'd try again tomorrow, but I'm not at all hopeful. All this to say, this might be the last blog entry you'll see on this trip until I get home, because I can't blog or upload photos from my phone.
I had dinner with the group at the hotel, and turned in early, partly because tomorrow is another 6am departure, and partly because I was ...
... East and west which were identified by their natural colours and markings.
Yellow tree - east
Red - west
Black tree - south
White - north
Then there is the sacred tree in the 5th cardinal position which is green.
Here, in the forests the worlds are represented in nature.
The tree canopy is the upper world. The Roots to underworld. The Trunk is the human world.
Here, in this spiritual, meaning filled ...
... a tall waterfall which seeps through the limestone cliff above. You can walk behind the main fall. We eat some delicious Quesadillas with avocado, shrimps. After another hour in the minivan, the road finally straightens out as we reach the bottom of the mountains and we immediately hit dense jungle.
Entering the site of Palenque at 2pm is tough. It’s around 40 degrees and being ...
Great night sleep - woke up feeling refreshed and rested and ready for the packed day! We decided to get another room so we didn't have to check out which was great! We first headed to the Parque Nacional of Palenque for a hike in the jungle uncovering Mayan ruins under vegetation (it is estimated that less than 10% of the City has been explored..). We went through a cave and saw mini bats, hung from a Tarzan swing and ate ants! We then went to explore Palenque ruins (my ...
... to split the sightseeing excursions up as we had.
We took a road heading up into the hills and within 30 minutes were pulling up in the car park for the Misol-Ha Falls. As we walked towards the falls, you could see a wall of water behind the tall trees - this had signs of being quite impressive. As we cleared the trees, we could see the full 35m drop and the water crashing into the pool below.
The rock face had ...