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... around the numerous temples & pyramids. It’s pretty awesome and due to the later period that it was built it has a lot more surviving architecture & temples than some of the other sites.
It’s a large site and it took us around 2.5hrs to walk around it and take everything in. It's got the largest ballgame arena in the Americas effectively the equivalent of the nou camp. It’s another scorching day in the mid 30s with ...
... the tail by an undulating shadow resembling a body. Inside, an earlier pyramid still contains an altar or throne depicting a red jaguar with Jade spots and eyes.
The Temple of the Warriors is decorated with carvings and at the top has a Chac-mool or reclining figure on which offerings would be placed. There was also a huge ball court, the largest known with what may be a ...
... and is located in the centre of the town. The cenote is between 20 and 100 metres deep and is open for locals and tourists to have a swim. There are a lot of artesanias in Valladolid, mainly leather items and embroidered tunics, dresses, earrings, headbands... Before I left, I just popped to see my Franciscan-an sisters' convent and the temple next ...
Walking out of Cancun airport, was like walking into a sauna, a rainy, rainy sauna. Apparently the temperature, despite the rain, is between 25-28 degrees which with the added humidity feels like 28-31...making my hair a style rival for Side Show Bob! I'm staying in the centre of Cancun with the hostels and the locals, as opposed to the very USA, Las Vegas-esk (I imagine) hotel zone, filled with huge hotel blocks, shopping "malls" and steakhouses. The hostel is really nice with a ...
Lol so this morning we scrambled to get up as Ken thought I had set a back up alarm and when it went off at 6am he went back to sleep. Me on the other hand I didn't even hear it hahaha! Anyway we made it onto the bus and our first stop was the Ikil Cenote where we got to swim in an amazing "sinkhole" (as our tour guide called it). It was freshwater so A bit harder to float in. I also got necklace pendants made for mum and I with our name translated ...
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In the heart of the archaeological park of Chichen Itza, Chichén Itzá | 3 star hotelfrom $89
- Good location and food, rooms need work.
- Beautiful place!
Main Street Piste, Chichén Itzá | 1 star hotelfrom $55
In the hearth of the archaeological park of Chichen Itza, Chichén Itzá | 3 star hotelfrom $195
Km 120 Carretera Merida-Puerto Juarez, Chichén Itzá | 3 star hotelfrom $91
- Amazing Hacienda Chichen!!!
- It was a lovely place
Km. 122 Carretera Merida - Pto Juarez., Chichén Itzá | 4 star hotelfrom $84