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... It would be great to experience something like this, divers throwing themselves from a height of 20 meters straight to the Cenote Ik-Kil. Hopefully next time…
Called the “Sacred Blue Cenote”, Ik-Kil is a crystal clear, round, well-type cenote. This cenote is about 45 meters deep and about 25 meters from the surface so we had to walk down a limestone stairway to reach it. We were “attacked” by small waterfalls all the way down to the water. ...
So, for those of you feeling a little muddled, here's a quick idiot's guide to the Mayans: 1. They're not to be confused with the Incas or the Aztecs. The Aztecs were a contemporary civilisation living in the north of Mexico. The Inca empire was based in Peru and came much later, existing from 1400 until the Spanish invasion in the 1530's. 2. The Mayan empire extended across large parts of Central America, from the Yucutan down to Belize and Guatemala. 3. Experts divide ...
We managed to arrange a transfer to Chichen Itza. Straight 2 hour drive in Northern Mexico. 40-50 Km's without a corner! And bush. Everywhere. Cool accommodation right next to Chichen Itza. Built in the 1920's. Pictures of famous people everywhere. Jackie, Caroline, John Jr Kennedy, Dwight Eisenhower; the Pete Kennedy photo is being prepared. Had a swim in pool, and nice alfresco dinner. Our room has a stunning view of ...
Back to the supermarkte for supplies, which included 8 slices of turkey meat and a tomato, an apple and water. I made a submarine sandwich with yesterday's roll and got the 2nd class bus at 9am. The trip took 4hrs and 15 mins and had stopped pretty much every few minutes along the way. Of course, these buses are cheap for a reason, but they are comfortable enough. I'll get onto some of their disavdantages later.
I arrived ...
... there and our tour guide gave us a history lesson on the way. It was very informative. Flavio was an exquisite tour guide and spoke English very well. Of course every now and again he and Jaime would speak in Spanish.
We got to the ruins and walked around for a couple of hours going to the various structures and getting LOTS more history from our tour guide there - a different one - Enrique. We got there so early that we beat most of the ...
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