Trying to visit Xkabal

Yucatan, October 2011 

Steve Radzi and his wife, Linda, just reported the following. They tried to make it to the site of Xkabal, not far from Dzibanche, Quintana Roo. It is on private property.

“L and I went to (I)Xkabal this morning with the land owner we know. The last two kilometers have to be walked to the site, as you may know it's pure selva. We were only a few meters before the main Plaza, when suddenly we were apprehended by INAH archeologists, who had travelled the 22 kilometer dirt road. They were tipped off on their day off and I did not want argue with them on account of the land owner’s responsibilities. They were fairly ferocious in their verbal content. We let it be.

"We are back in Bacalar, somewhat despondent."

"P.S. The Indiana Jane told us to come back in three years when the site will be open to tourists."

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