Our first look at the falls. That water looks so clean, I want to swim! For those who do not speak Spanish, Agua Azul means Blue Water, and I can see why they would name this place that.
The thick jungle around this huge falls system made it even more beautiful.
Time for swimming!
Here we are looking tired, but still determined to finish touristing at our last stop.
The liitle falls-knob on the right appears to defy gravity...
We climbed (you guessed it) about 500 more stairs to get up to this point, the top of the falls.
We got this pic looking down from the top. Looks like something out of a travel mag!
I look into the jungle before we depart.
On our way back to Villahermosa, I took this pic of a Chiapas taxi. This was the preferred mode of travel throughout the state of Chiapas. Looks hot and dangerous.
We see this all over Mexico. Here, the side of the highway is on fire, and there is no one around. This was about halfway between Palenque and Villahermosa.