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... you can imagine how simple life was in the Mayan times. Snakes, Jaguars, birds and water all represent aspects of the levels of spirituality that the Mayans believed in and they represented the kings, queens and mother nature.
We continue to on to Bonampak which is nowhere near as important a settlement as Yaxchitlan but still an important site in Mayan culture. Bonampak closes at 430 and as it is nearing to 4pm we are basically alone and again ...
... br> Da San Cristobal prendiamo alle 5 di mattina il minibus che ci portera a vedere due cascate e al sito Maya di Palenque; la strada e’ praticamente un su e giu di curve che rende impossibile dormire. Dopo tre ore di viaggio arriviamo alle prime cascate chiamate agua azul dove si puo’ nuotare e rinfrescarsi nella fredda acqua azzurra ricca di calcio.
La prossima fermata e’ Misol-Ha, una ...
... for another 45 minutes or so into the mountains of Chiapas before getting our first glimpse of Agua Azul (Blue Water). A river of bright blue was snaking its way through the valley down below us. The van wound it's way down the valley and parked up in the fairly commercial little village - they obviously expected a lot of visitors here.
The river of stunning blue water had a series of waterfalls and pools for swimming. We had ...
... van in the eco park and 10 of us crammed into dodgy old van rattling along on a gravel road for 10kms through bush similar to Australian bush from a distance. Arriving at Bonampak another Mayan site we head off down the teack to it . By this time it is 3pm. It is a smaller site so an hour is sufficient. No less stunning because it has an immensely high staircase leading up to the buildings at the top. One of the buildings houses well preserved wall murals ...
... female rulers and whose tomb we viewed. As we walked around the complex she also pointed out artwork on the walls, amazingly some of the original painting on the walls has survived for more than 1000 years and it was possible to get a sense of how it would have looked in all it's grandeur. My favourite story was one relating to a large carved stone sarcophagus lid of one of the great rulers, Pakal; which whilst unfortunately no longer on show, is ...