Sorry the keyboard here have to accommodate the N with a squiggle on top and everything else hides, so excuse the incorrect grammar and punctuation
. Funny thing is when you hit the n with the squiggle you get ; and :. hmmm.
PS Margeritas and Ed,s is great, little cabana in the jungle with lots of the plants we had in Malawi supersized and if you think Malawi is lush then visit Palenque.
We stayed in a little jungle cabana, along with
scores of other foreign jungle dwellers, eating in jungle restaurants,
drinking in jungle bars, that sort of thing. The ruins were very
impressive, but the area was swelteringly humid.
Zakk has learned to read, anything to avoid another temple. Yes it was our first temple, but our decision to walk 3 kilometers at 7:30am in the most humid place Paul and I have ever been is probably not a contributing factor and of course we saved at least two dollars. Don't get me wrong, Zakk did the walk just not the temples. I loved them. The park is 160 kilometers with just 15 kilometers exposed or maybe that is Tikal, but you get the picture, The place is dotted with little hills covered with jungle and most of those little hills hide temple ruins. Lots of pyramids to climb and Howler Monkeys and jungles imposing. Imagine Jurassic park with pyramids *if you ever heard Howler Monkeys you will agree they sound just like the dinosaurs in Jurassic Park. The howlers had a big fight well every howler fight sounds like a big fight, but you can hear it rippling back and forth and you can feel it the howl rippling back and forth and we are standing on top of a pyramid and the toucan are flying overhead. NICE...Of course Jurassic Park is filmed in Kaaawa *where we used to live so it is even more emotive for us.