Progress was slow, difficult navigation, the beach is an endless chain of mangrove swamps, often disappearing from sight in the damp tropical heat haze breast. The impossibility of determining the exact location of the coasts has led to the fact that the navigator Alaminos took a large lagoon in the south-eastern end of the bay is now called the Gulf of Campeche, for open water passage. The Spaniards found a good hiding place for the island of Isla del Carmen, covers the entrance to the lagoon, and, believing himself now Yucatan island, called this place Boca de Terminos. Then they sailed almost due west. Small sea was strewn with traps for fish. Armed and ready to fight the Indians carefully watched their movements from the shore. At the mouth of the river of Tabasco, the Spaniards again were able to land on the shore, this time on the palm-covered promontory. They were about a mile from a large Indian settlement Pontonchan, where the inhabitants have erected a wooden palisade to protect against the aliens. As soon as the Spaniards anchored, because the cape slipped about fifty cake, full of warriors in cotton armor, bows and arrows, spears and shields, drums and feathers. In the coves there are still a lot of ready canoes.
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