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Agua-Azul, Misol Ha Waterfalls Chiapas & Palenque Ruins Mexico

With the need to get to the Guatemala border, the only way we could see of getting to the north was through Palenque, rather than just take the bus, we decided to do a day trip and not take the return back to San Cristobal. 542 more words

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La FENAZA 2014 se realizará en el mes de septiembre. Se trata de la feria más importante del estado de Zacatecas pues en ella se presentan exposiciones ganaderas, agrícolas y comerciales donde se ofrecen al público consumidor los mejores productos de tierras zacatecanas. 232 more words


Palenque / El Panchan

I booked on a tour from the hostel to Palenque but the Danish girls decided to get a normal bus because they have more time to spend rather than trying to see it all in one day. 603 more words


My Oh Mayans

From San Cristobal to Palenque we decided to take a van trip that stopped off at a couple of waterfalls along the way. Agua Azul is big and quite cool, the other one was different and also impressive but generally unremarkable. 432 more words

Reconstructing a Stucco Text from Palenque's Palace

by David Stuart, The University of Texas at Austin

Back in the early 1980s — I can’t recall exactly what year — I found myself intrigued by the badly preserved stucco inscription from House A of Palenque’s Palace. 994 more words



Where the plains end and the mountains begin. Where the flat green of fields bulge up into the high mounds of hills. This is where Palenque lies. 684 more words


Mexico’s refreshing, amazing and somewhat hidden treasures

How to stay fresh – on a low budget – in Mexico

Why on earth, after a year spent going to work every day, zig-zagging through city traffic, enduring crowded public buses and metros, at times with temperatures as high that would remind you of living hell, would you ever embark on a tiring car or bus trip, sitting next to some unknown person, on a curvy, bumpy road, when you are supposed to be on holidays? 1,259 more words