There were not many people: I counted fewer than 10. Yet, these ruins were declared UNESCO World Heritage Status back in 1993; a title that usually comes with a horde of visitors. Not so with these ruins.
There was a rumour that this site - the Trinidad Ruins and its sister site the Jesús Ruins - is the least visited UNESCO site in the world. Is it true? Probably not, as there are remote islands that carry the UNESCO title too.
It doesn’t matter. All good for me. I needn’t share the site with crowds of camera trigger-happy tourists.
The light was soft and tinged with a slightest shade of purple as I slowly wandered in the ruins.