Hotel Villas Kin-Ha
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... dozens of other ruins on the grounds. But even so, there was plenty to see and we had fun taking cheesy photos doing handstands, human pyramids and other various acrobatics in front of the ruins.
I know everyone talks about Teotihuacan, which was really cool, or Chichen Itza, which I haven't been to yet. But for my money, Palenque is where it's at in terms of ruins. Definitely a trip highlight.
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... The pyramid structures are different, the layouts are different - so even though seems like we are seeing a lot they really do all have their own characteristics
The Mayans that built Yaxchitlán used the rivers to transport materials and so it is distinctly different to the other Mayan temples we have seen.
Here, there are complete labyrinths within the temple. There is moss with green, lush grass everywhere. It almost feels ...
... and went on a wide, strong suspension bridge to get to the museum that turned out to be shut (I only found that out when I got there). I read for a while and drank two cans of beer after having sweated so much; it was bliss. Then I got the colectivo back to the hotel, had a shower, went for a swim in the spartan-sized outdoor swimming pool with water slide, had another shower, and then got the colectivo back to the least interesting town I have seen so far. ...
... Palace). Its pretty cool to see that the backdrop of these ruins is the jungle. We head over to El Palacio and get our climb on. The steps are a mix of easy and steep but being the experts on ruin climbing that we are now, we get to the top quickly. We walk around the various “rooms” of El Palacio and snap snap snap away on our Nikons. El Palacio was one of Hinesh’s favourites as he was able to explore the corridors of the palace.
We take ...
... tour for the next day that would take us in the morning to see the Palenque Ruins, then two waterfalls and then onto San Cristobal de Las Casas, which is a town we were really looking forward to getting to about 4 hours away by bus.
We decided to stay out of town in a little park where a few low budget accommodations have been built in the jungle. Our little bungalow was basic but very nice and was super cheap. There were ...