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Travel Blogs from Palenque

This travelling thing...

A travel blog entry by littleboylost

I don't profess to be one of these worldwise super travellers, nor am I completely enraptured by the whole thing, but it is odd how things do just seem to work. My arrival in Palenque affirmed this. I had planned to stay in El Panchan, a network of jungle cabanas near the ruins but, on arrival in the main town, I was told no more buses would be …

Palenque ruins

A travel blog entry by bruceontour


... Palenque in the 5th century and extensive knowledge of the city-state's rivalry with other states such as Calakmul and Toniná. The most famous ruler of Palenque was Pacal the Great whose tomb has been found and excavated in the Temple of the Inscriptions.

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Pakal's kingdom and water fun

A travel blog entry by mlhampton


... would be blocked. This would lead to delays and possibly doubling our journey time. So we decided to take the night bus at 11pm to arrive at San Cristobal de las Casas at 5am! I managed to sleep generally through the journey but woke up a lot because the bus was FREEZING and quite uncomfortable. But it was definitely a good idea and it means we have an extra full day in San Cristobal. I ALSO SAW A TARANTULA TODAY WHICH WAS ...

Welcome to the Jungle

A travel blog entry by nickymaus


... and avoid it all rather then actually saying goodbye.

This was one of the worst.

Cancun was perfect and I know I had to leave perfect for different and exciting. And with perfect I mean amazing people.
Helen, Beka, our friends we met through Helen, surely the coolest hostelpeople ever, Julián...

After a 12h nightbusride I did arrive in Palenque and I knew it's gonna be good. I mean, it's rainforest!
A bunch of isrealis went to the ...

Day 11: Palenque Town

A travel blog entry by holliem


... 3 times in the last hour. So I asked the man if he had a Caja (box) for me to send my bow and arrows with, unfortunately no, so I headed to the supermarket across the road to find a box, unfortunately no boxes. By the time it was past lunch time, I was hungry, hot and frustrated. So I gave up on sending the bow and arrows and just sent my postcards. Then I headed back to the hotel. On the way I found a gorgeous saddlery shop. Oh how I'd love to buy Karen a ...


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