This must be the only attraction in the World where One has to pay twice to get in ! And judging by the volumes of package tourists
that clog this place they must be making over a million dollars a day but they can't afford to put up a sign or two about where you
are heading while walking around, not even a simple pamphlet map is provided...(same problem in Coba & Tikal). Not only do you have
to pay twice to get in but once you are in you would think that you would be able to enjoy the site in peace, but no, you have to run
a gauntlet of crap sellers who like a third world caricature quip "one dollar for you Amigo" every 10 seconds, irritating to the point
that you cannot concentrate on the ruins and the fabulous cultural heritage of these idiots. Just goes to prove, once again, that Latin
American tourist areas exist for one purpose only, to overcharge the foreigners (as much as possible, every step of the way) who
naively came to "appreciate" their culture.