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... some other item. Then they just hang out. Half the time it seems like they're not even looking at the cars driving by. The first one we drove through was nerve racking since we had no idea what to expect, but at no point did we attract more attention than a polite nod.
We finally did find Ek Balam and I am very glad we did. The site is not as large as Chichen Itza, but I have to say it was a whole lot more fun. ...
... bit over exposed... But hopefully they give you some idea of what it was like.
The driver of our van had cold, mint towels ready for us when we got out of the site and I must admit, I have never enjoyed one so much. We were then taken to an old hacienda for lunch. This was a complete contrast to Chichen Itza, we were the only people there and they served us a delicious Mexican meal in the garden. The house was ...
... practice of human sacrifice to a whole new never before seen level. Chichen Itza would eventually fall into disrepair in the 14th century after a Maya leader moved his capital to Mayapán.
On entering Chichen Itza right away entering the place you are confronted with the impressive, imposing El Castillo. Like the other two wonders I have seen it really does have that affect on you where you really can't believe you ...
... water until it rang 6am and the boat could depart. And as we did, the sun glowed it’s first orange rays from behind the town of Cozumel, beautifully illuminating the inky blue ocean. We sat in tired silence for 40 minutes or so and departed into the hands of taxi drivers who would be disappointed that our destination, the bus station, was simply a 2 minute walk from the dock.
We managed to get some early morning breakfast crepes and some oversized coffees ...
... ruins including hundreds of columns, a natural(?) 60-meter-wide well where people were sometimes sacrificed, the biggest ball game (juego de pelotas) field we saw, as well as dozens of vendors of wooden made masks, skulls and other types of handicrafts. We walked for 4 hours straight and jumped at least a dozen times to take a self timed picture of us jumping in front of the pyramid--you'll have to wait to see it as it was taken with my (Charlotte's) camera and not the ...
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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