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... filled with meat, vegetables etc. Basically the same filling you would get in a taco, but in a bread roll. Absolutely delicious and they were 2 for 40 pesos (under $2 each). A super cheap lunch option and they’re sold everywhere in street stalls and cafeterias (small lunch cafes).
We tried tomales which are meat and spices wrapped in a corn flour mix (kind of like a corn dog), then wrapped in banana leaf, buried and cooked ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">There is a conote (sinkhole at the end of a short road were human sacrifices were done).
There were sculls found in the water with holes in and the limbs were tied together. It was a very sacred place and the inhabitants threw treasures into the water. An American bought the site more than a century ago and had the waterhole dredged. A lot of the treasures ended up I an university ...
... 7.12am I realized, that there are two damn bus terminals in this little city! At 7.13am, I sent a panicked text message to my fisherman, asking which terminal is the right one. There was one in the 12th street, where I was, and one in the 5th street. Well, you guessed it, I was in the wrong one :( Luckily he was already awake, otherwise I would have been screwed.
At 7.15am I arrived stressed out at the taxi stand at the wrong terminal, asking how far ...
... he actually meant that we were simply going to stop on the side of the highway and that the bus would be there in a few minutes to make a stop on the shoulder also. When the bus arrived we all got out and boarded the bus only to be delayed several more minutes while they searched for Ralph, some unknown person who they had a ticket for but could not locate. After a few minutes it was apparently decided by the crew that poor Ralph was out of ...
... Brazil), Machu Picchu (Peru), The Roman Colosseum (Italy) and The Taj Mahal (India)).
We were told that we should be able to put our big backpacks in a locker at the main entrance to the site, that´s why we brought them with us. Our plan was to take the first bus leaving for Chichen Itza, but to our surprise there was nothing departing sooner than at 9.00. There were two possible reasons why we wanted to arrive early: to avoid not only the heat but also the masses ...
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