Hacienda Petac -Merida Estate-Book the Best-Early
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... went to a mangrove and got punted around some streams, where there were ample thick evil funnel like webs, and gianormous termite nests in the trees. At the end of the punt there was a cenote, with frickin massive fish in it. Oscar explained they ended up there when the comet that killed the dinosaurs landed off the coast of Yucatan, with the ensuing splash lifting fish out of the water and into this fresh water cenote. Not sure what ...
... sold some pretty different kinds of sculptures and food. It would definitely be a different and interesting experience fro a school group which i would recommend. It would give them a chance to witness how a lot of people in Merida make a living and also a chance to pick up some souvenirs.
Tomorrow is my last day of doing my own activities and then I'm off to do volunteering work. I plan to make the most of what's on offer with the time I have left.
While in Santa Elena, we visited the Mayan ruins on the Route Puuc, which is a name for the style of architecture as well as the area. Having reached the hills, there are no cenote here, so for centuries Mayans have built underground cisterns to store water between rainy seasons. the rain-god Chac becomes even more important, and this can be seen in the architecture, starting ...
... We didn't get in. Two and a half hour drive and we're in Cancun. I wanted to go to Tulum but there was nowhere available to stay. Cancun is... Hmm... Like a really ridiculously big and possibly even more cheesy Surfers Paradise meets Sharm El Sheikh. Lots of neons and monstrously huge hotels. And all the white people are sunburnt. I laugh at them. And make mental note to slather on the sunscreen tomorrow. We check into our mediocre hotel and crash for the ...
... Once we started off on foot through the town again, it wasn't within five minutes Eduardo starting saying hello to people left and right. And most of them, he was related to. It was so awesome getting to meet his sister-in-law, his adorable niece, and his mom. She was a very soft spoken lady, smiled when we explained that Eduardo was our "boss," and lovingly welcomed us into her home. But Eduardo was on a mission to show us the old hacienda in town, so ...
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