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... explore, including the Temple of the Warrior which murals show was used for human sacrifices. After a two-hour guided tour in the scorching Mexican sunshine it was time to cool down. A short taxi ride later and we were at one of the many cenotes in the Yucatan peninsula where the cooling and refreshing 150ft deep waters could be accessed from varying platforms ranging up to about five meters above the water. Suitably refreshed, it was time to move on again and ...
... until we came to a house where he pointed to a little gate. We walked down a path beside the house and out the back where we came to a tiny room. He unlocked it and inside was a tiny set up candle lit area set up with religious icons and flowers. He said... "My house". I was slightly nervous but at the same time I was like bring it on!! This is living I thought, staying in the comfortable side of life forever is boring and I knew I was truly immersing myself in their culture. I ...
... rain as he guided us through the woods, up and down steep rocky terrain, with our horses sinking into the thick mud. As soon as the horses approached flat grassy land they bolted and we held on for dear life as they galloped away. This continued for an hour until we reached the old village of Chulma. We met another Aussie couple who expressed similar concern for their lives so we rode back with them. As drenched, sore and fearful as we were, it ...
... until 8:30. So we all just chilled out discussing what to do for the day. Then Paddy & Travis arrived. They were all able to check in and shower but I had to wait for my room to be cleaned. It was around 10:30, after we had demolished a gorgeous breakfast of pancakes, fruit, yoghurt & granola. As well as some empanadas on the side. With full belly's and four out of five of us showered, we decided to find out what San Cristobal had to offer. And ...
... and I think the bagnos are most likely source of cholera.
I was able to attend in both schools a budget meeting with their respectively commitee. SYJAC came announcing the annual budget for 2013 and the fact that the sponsor would be withdrawing next year to focus on Guatemala. The kindergarden got 5000 pesos (315 euro) and the primary school 15000 pesos (950 euro). It is the commitee who decides how to spent the money and not SYJAC, who just advises if ...