Village of 40-50 native Mayan families. Small church. Not really ruins worth seeing. They've managed to turn it into a tourist stop. Some fresh produce and native crafts & t-shirts. It costs 50 cents to use their bathroom. Did purchase a nice beaded necklace and several t-shirts. Took a pic with a young man dressed like a Mayan - tribal outfit, colorful (in exchange for a tip). It was interesting to view their lifestyle - which was our preference vs seeing a resort. The taxi driver seemed miffed that we chose that option vs a resort - maybe his kickback is less. It's about a 30 minute stop - not much to see or do. Locals were ok, but not SUPER friendly. No phones, no electricity.
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