We then made the right and drove another 40km to the site. It took us a good hour from the intersection entry to the site entry….At the site, there was (yet another) $46 entry fee pp ($3.64usd). No paper site map available. No vendors. No food/beverages. Yes, restrooms!
This site had been excavated during the 1990’s, many of the soft limestone stelae (history/story monoliths) had deteriorated so that the history was difficult to translate. But, like most Mayan sites, they believed the population began to scatter about 1000-1200AD.