Went on a nature tour yesterday and this was one of the stops. It is literally right off a busy road. The tour driver just parked on the side of the road and told us all to get out. You walk down a short path and then take a right. There is a huge pile of black rocks. Our tour guide then pointed out a couple of plants that anyone could have identified. He then proceeded to tell us the history of this sacred place. When he began to talk about the sacrifices that had occurred here, a man that had been working nearby interrupted. He refuted everything that our tour guide said. After thirty minutes, no joke, of this man telling us his version it was time t go. I do not know who to believe about the history of this site. However, I am not that interested to find out. There has to be more interesting temples available for people to see.
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