Hotel El Conquistador
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Started the day with Rodrigo's famous enchiladas for breakfast....blue corn tortillas filled with chicken, onions and tomatoes, covered in a sauce of green Verde, cilantro and hot sauce and topped with sour cream and shredded cheese. Another delicioso breakfast.
Went to the Progreso market which is very different from ours at home. There were so many fruits and veggies that we didn't recognize. We did pick ...
Visited the impressive archeological site of Chichin Itza today. It listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage centre. It was initially a Mayan site from 600 - 900AD then modified with the influence of the Toltecs from Mexico City from 1200 to 1200AD. The complex covers 30sq kilometres and consists of 500 temples or structures discovered to date. What immediately impresses is El Castillo (the pyramid of Kukulcan - the plumed serpent) a giant pyramid ...
... and park in the middle of the Centro and avey few blocks opens into a big square with a park in the middle. We are staying in this amazing little place which was an old house converted to a small hotel. Its colourful and has a real authentic mexican feel about it and the decor is very mexican. The only thing is they specialize in Vegan food and organic produce, its very health and eco conscious place. We fit in ...
... probably because of being a blisteringly hot.
Back in the hostel, we had booked the Mexican cooking class. It was free to watch and for 25 pesos you could eat what was made - that seemed reasonable for a snack. They were making empanadas with an 'ensalada de nepales' (cactus salad). Turns out it was a professional chef doing the cooking and there was enough food for a main course - what a bargain!!
... of the city - The governmental palace which contains several murals relating to the revolution - The city hall, it amazes me how happily, as a tourist, youre able to enter all the seemingly official council and governmental buildings here in Mexico In the evening I had hoped to go to a traditional dance show they hold in one of the plazas but, unfortunately, it was rained off, fortunately the marquesita stands stayed open ...