Here’s another throwback photo to one of the many places I would like to return to one day… Palenque. One day, grasshopper, one day. It was so peaceful there. F.M. Laster “I never loved another person the way I loved myself”. – Mae West
Misol-Ha Waterfall in Chiapas, Mexico .]]>
Thanks to our early set off from San Cristobal and my foot, our first afternoon in Palenque was pretty quiet. The town itself has little to offer (aside from another round of tacos); the principle reason it exists, and the reason for our visit, is the proximity of the incredible Mayan ruins set deep in […]
Sat 10th Feb Waking up at half 3 wasn’t too bad as being ill meant I was asleep by 9 and had therefore gotten a decent nights kip. 0420 and the bus came, only 2 more to pick up and away we were. My group this time consisted of me, 2 germans and 4 Mexicans […]
We take some R & R time in the city of Palenque, eventually gaining enough strength to visit the famous ruins of the Mayan city.
Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself. source: George Bernard Shaw image: Eddie’s Photos Palenque, Chiapas México 1998 Photo converted from 35mm
The road from San Cristobal to Palenque takes about 4 hours. Our ADO bus took another route, though. It went to Tuxtla, then up to Villa Hermosa in Tabasco, then down to Palenque – about 9 hours. If you´re staying in San Cristobal there are tours that leave anywhere from 430-6 in the morning to […]
When planning our time in Mexico and trying to find amazing things to see that suited our style I stumbled upon the town of Palenque. It wasn’t the food or the Mayan ruins that had it at the top of my list of places to visit in Mexico, in fact, it was Palenque’s stunning waterfalls! […]
The last time I went to San Cristóbal de las Casas in Chiapas was about ten years ago. I went there for the Christmas holidays. The first time I visited San Cristóbal was also at Christmas, and my husband and I also went to see the nearby town of San Juan Chamula with a guide. This is an […]
Mexico, Dec. 16 (Notimex) .- The Communications and Transportation Ministry (SCT, for its acronym in Spanish) declared the Palenque Airport in Chiapas international civil airfield for the entry and departure from the country of Mexican and foreign aircrafts.