B&B Popol Vuh
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... We were up early to beat the crowds and had a great but incredibly hot (at 8.30am!) time wandering around. The main pyramid is impressive and the area of the ruins is big.
We arrived in the afternoon into an unexpectedly big and busy city, and we had a car! We managed to weave our way around and find our B&B. This was a last minute find on the internet and we struck gold. Carlos and his mother run this small B&B. It really just feels like we're staying in some ...
... it was packed with people. I almost wanted to cry and wanted to leave the place. The beach was so full and I had a picture of a tropical island, which got totally destroyed. While we where walking on the Av 5th arguing on what to do and so on we saw a cat. A very big cat... Omg is that a lion cub in leash. What? And what is that in the alley? A tiger cub? Omg it is! Of course they wanted 20$ for a picture with both cats. We ...
... arrive at 5th Avenue. This is a street packed either side with tourist shops, bars and eateries - definitely where the money is. Filled full of tourists like ourselves it's easy to see why. This is a lively place: monkeys doing tricks, locals dressed in ancient costumes, mariachi bands, cute stores and art stalls, street performers (one such performer dressed only as spiderman was doing nothing but leaning against a wall - he was there for hours! Actually it's hard to ...
... slikt. Vel , vi kom oss naa ut med en liten baat for aa besoeke ulike deler av revet, men mye av gleden ble borte da det krydde av andre turoperatoerer. Flott var det jo til tider, men av og til skulle man tro at det var flere snoklende mennesker enn fisker omkring. Vi fikset oss en matbit foer ferjeturen tilbake til Playa, der burritos sto paa menyen. Jeg maa jammen meg si at det er vanskelig aa holde styr paa alle de ulike rettene her, men de ...
... came the 3 dudes themselves! I guess after they left Bethlehem they set up shop in Puerto Morelos, not that I can blame them. I did wonder why one of the wisemen was chewing gum?! Next came a traditional Mayan dance with a bunch of little girls wearing beautiful dresses. Half were in red and the other half in blue and it seemed to represent 2 groups coming together or something. All the little ones present knew what was going to happen next and a lineup of kiddies ...
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