Hotel Villas Kin-Ha
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
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... and tourism (30percent of income). Produce ranges from from tropical fruits to Palm oil plantations. We also saw some grazing of cattle, the land belonging to absentee landlords. Unlike Asia you drive for quite a ways without any sign of human habitation, particularly in Chiapas. Although a tourist town Palenque is a relatively poor area. Population are predominantly Mayan. Our hotel fortunately isn't too ...
The alarm went off at 7:30 this morning but I napped for a bit while Dylan had a shower, then got up and dressed. I went downstairs for breakfast and shared a table with Thomas and Dylan after he had his shake. After breakfast we went back upstairs to grab our bags and then back down to checkout. We met the rest of the group in the lobby and then were ready to go in the taxis at 8 to the bus station. Here we checked our bags and then got on the bus for an 8:30 departure. Today we are ...
... and red on the top, very strange!
It still tasted good though.
For tea we got some chicken AND bacon fajitas with refried beans, they were amazing! Why do we not have bacon in our fajitas in the UK?!
There was some live music in the restaurant, a sort of cross between hippie and Mexican music, so we stayed and played a couple of card games before heading to bed. Not a very eventful day but we are up early ...
... dinner down with two local cervezas.
The alarm is set for an early start, tomorrow will be a loooong day.
Day 1: our bus trip from Merida to Palanque took us 8.5 hours on the ADO bus. While the bus was comfy we didn’t get to stop for lunch. Luckily we had snacks from the day before (saladas, croissants, fiesta mix and chilli nuts) but Hinesh was looking for proper food. We stopped briefly in E Zapato and he was able to grab a ...
... 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 ...