JAN 6, 2016 – Leaving Nahá was slightly more tricky than I had expected. The bus driver, restaurant staff, and local national park officer each had their own version of the timetable. I expected that of the bus driver to be the most accurate, but in the end the bus he had predicted did not exist. Clearly there was no bus going back the same way anytime soon, but 1 km from the village there was an intersection with another dirt road which I was told might have service towards Bonampak. On said road, I soon found a van back to Crucero Chancalá, but using a different, somewhat slower route. Once back on the border road, it was easy to get to Lacanjá Chansayab, where I spent the next night. From there it was just a few kilometers of taxi to the Bonampak archeological site. It turned out to be small and hardly worth the effort on its own, but one of its temples had very colorful and well-preserved Mayan murals. A further attraction was the forest around Lacanjá Chansayab with its nice flowers and birds. Even the gardens in the village were worth a visit. Around noon, I made my way to Frontera Corozal, where I again set up my tent at an “ecoturismo” bungalow site for the customary 50 pesos (about $3).