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... beautiful but I had to remind myself that they wouldn't be so beautiful if I had to lug them around in my bag for the next 5 months. Ha.
After we were finished at Chichén Itzá, we caught another bus to continue on to Cancun. The trip took about 4 1/2 hours, but time went quickly considering I was still tired from the early rise and wanted to sleep anyway.
When we got to Cancun, we walked for approximately 3 minutes to get to Mundo Joven ...
... police everywhere. Often they are driving down the streets with their lights flashing but for no reason..............just to let you know they are here. On the highways there will be a group of 6 or more police with big guns that just look at you. You don't stop, you slow down, they look, but you just continue driving. We've never seen anyone pulled over and often they don't even look. They'll ...
... asked if I was Philipp. Yay, that’s me! How does he know my name? He just told me to follow him, and we went to a little van. No surprise I couldn’t find the bus that was described to me if they come with a little van! Luckily he found me though and off we went to pick up a few other people from hotels. When the van was full, we were dropped off at a bus parking spot, where we transferred over to a big coach.
We had to wait a while for other pick-up vans ...
... people here were also staying at hotels with open bars. The majority of the ride was spent in the silence of a peaceful, hungover slumber for most on the bus.
Yucatan has no rivers running through it, at least above ground. However, there is a vast underground river system and at points there are massive sinkholes, called cenotes in Spanish, that have collapsed exposing the underground network and creating pools of nearly ...
... coming from Cancun around noon. We paid MXN 73 for one ticket.
On the way to Chichen Itza we started to realize that we weren´t going to make it before midday. Hence, we quickly decided to change our mind and jump off the bus in Piste, a small sleepy village located approx. 2km from Chichen Itza. We figured that the best solution would be to spend the night in Piste and visit the archaeological site early in the morning. Later we talked to a few local people and all ...
Other places to stay in Chichén Itzá
In the heart of the archaeological park of Chichen Itza, Chichén Itzá | 3 star hotelfrom $107
- Good location and food, rooms need work.
- Beautiful place!
Main Street Piste, Chichén Itzá | 1 star hotelfrom $62
In the hearth of the archaeological park of Chichen Itza, Chichén Itzá | 3 star hotelfrom $199
Km 120 Carretera Merida-Puerto Juarez, Chichén Itzá | 3 star hotelfrom $129
- Amazing Hacienda Chichen!!!
- It was a lovely place
Km. 122 Carretera Merida - Pto Juarez., Chichén Itzá | 4 star hotelfrom $83