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... in a flash. A vertical ladder with slippery steps made for a giant, dropped down 5 metres and then there was a metal ladder which went down another 6m into a pool that was quite small. Glad James went down first and gave it a marginal call. I stayed at the top very happily with the camera at the ready. Our last one after a very long train ride was stunning and really set up for tourists. Concrete steps into the water. ...
We then went to the wet part of the market to buy chicken. Here you can buy half a cow cut any way you want, pig, turkeys, chickens, rabbits etc all with their feet so you know what you are buying (a cat without its feet looks like a rabbit). No horse though. The chicken are fresh, frozen, young or old hens. The hens are opened up and the newly forming eggs shown so you know what you are getting. The heart, kidneys and lungs are separated from ...
... back home is about 4 to 5 hours, we decided to head in that direction (NOT TO CANCUN!!!) but somewhere near there that may not be as touristy, (Although it’s very hard to find many places on the “Myan Riveria” that are not “touristy.”) so that our car return and flight check in on Wednesday, would be easier.
A new couple that had just checked-in the evening before mentioned that they had just come from Puerta Morelos and ...
... jovially hissed, as their team (or at least they) are from Sao Paulo.
The Mexican Dad chimed up at this point and asked about the English football fans. He asked whether we had "chabos" (I think) - a set of diehard fans who go to every game, start the chants and generally represent their team. The closest description I could give him of an English version was for "hooligans".
Conversation on football then ...
... so it was no surprise that on his birthday he received two cakes (one from Habla and one from Maggie) and was taken out by Alejandro, Roberto y su novia Sara who bought him beers and flaming Kalua and Tequila shots (drunk through a straw!) Needless to say our last day of school was a bit of a struggle!
Our final day in Merida happened to coincide with día de la Independencia de Mexico so we hit the streets to join the fiesta. Arriving ...
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