Hotel Villa Mercedes Palenque
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... to get up early to see the oldest Maya ruins in Mexico. I love Palenque, we woke up to find the whole town buzzing at 8am in the morning, all the shops open and even people eating BBQ chicken for breakfast. This is significant because I am an early bird and like to get out and do things in the mornings, Kike isn't and likes to lay in bed just like the rest of Mexico City does and it drives me mad that the shops don't open until 10am. 10am? That's half the day gone already as far as ...
... journey was longgg and we were both asleep for most of it. We climbed lot of hills and there were some stunning views of the jungle. The bus overheated a few time, which was distressing, but luckily it started working again. The driver also tried to kill us several times and got yelled at by some of the other passengers. It was quite terrifying!
Arriving at the next stop was the least explained part of the day for us. We stood awkwardly by the bus for a while trying to ...
... was closing. We really enjoyed Palenque, it's setting was beautiful and it was incredibly peaceful.
We were content to take a collectivo back to Palenque central, grab some dinner, and head back to our hostel to cool off and relax for the evening. It wasn't until dinner that we realised we hadn't had any coffee during the day, hence our headaches...
On Sunday 9th, we had a quiet morning before heading back to the Palenque ...
So, we were making progress across the east of Mexico and having a brilliant time, but there was still lots to see and time was running out for our end of May flight out of Cancun. So, after some planning and scheming, we decided to speed up and cut some stops out to reach the coast with time to chill out and enjoy our final days on the beach. There were more places to see on our original, loosely planned route, but they were starting ...
... 2.5 - 3 hours after we have left San Cristobal. This esoteric site features one of the most well developed central temple complexes in the Mayan civilization. The majestic pyramid has plenty to explore and while climbing it in the rising heat is at times challenging, but the view from the top is certainly worth every step. The incredible infrastructure and time it would have taken to build this impressive site is truly magnificent.
We have a ...