Hotel Villas Kin-Ha
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
- Kids pool
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... in the next few days so we gave them a ride. The drive was great, long winding mountain roads into the jungle, 3 random people to chat with to pass the time until we reached a small indigenous village called Oxchuc where there seemed to be some kind of traffic jam. We sat and waited for a few minutes when we realised that no cars were passing through and the boys decided to get out of the car and see what was happening. There was a road block that the local community had set up ...
... the tour was walking through the jungle. I was really excited about this as we'd heard howlers in there earlier and I really wanted to catch a glimpse of some in the wild. It didn't take long for us to spot a lone male asleep on a branch of a really tall tree. It was incredible to see him so high up, but still sleeping in the same position the babies did on their perches. Sadly, the ********* guide ruin we this magical moment for me by proceeding to clap and shout at the monkey to ...
... both of them. Ken borrowed a chap's guitar and busted out a tune in the park. We watched some jugglers and other performers and enjoyed the atmosphere as it got dark.
At 9pm we ventured back to the bus terminal, checked in our luggage, and waited for our bus. At 10pm sharpish, we were underway to our actual destination of Palenque. This was an overnight bus, due to arrive in Palenque at 7am. We'd picked first class for this bus ...
... to resemble one of those wobble headed dogs you see in the back of car windows. Whenever we stopped for a break, you got out to stretch your legs and could still feel yourself shaking so much that it looked like Paula Radcliffe doing one of her marathons with that peculiar bouncing head motion she has. Everything began to ache as so many muscles were tensed trying to prevent falling out of your seat.
I tried drinking some water a few times, but ...
... blessed with the outstanding planning skills of Journey Mexico to allow us this privilege.
To enter Bonampak we must change cars at the entrance to the site as the Lacandonian people who are carers of this land have their own cars/vans.
Its a bumpy ride down an unmade road and we hope the van doesnt fall apart before we get there. To add to this its hot, humid and raining.
The rain is starting to get on our nerves a bit as its torrential and ...