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... I even asked a few questions that he knew to answer in a professional manner. I learned loads about this grand ancient Mayan city, and also why the world did not end in 2012 J Hit me up if you want to know more. We had a total of two hours on site, but the tour only lasted 75 minutes. So we had about three quarters of an hour to explore the site ourselves. I used the chance to go to the local cenote, but that was really lame and dirty, so I headed back the opposite way to go and ...
... closest town seemed to energize everyone, and by the time we arrived at the ruins we were ready to explore. Immediatley as you enter the park, there is a long path with overhanging trees that leads to the main plaza. At the end, the trees part, the sky opens up and the majestic pyramid appears, just as is pictured in travel posters across the globe. That first glance does not disappoint. It is a perfect resemblence to the one in my mind that I ...
... it collapsed and that´s how a cenote came into the world. The water found in a cenote is usually fresh; however, it may be even salty or mixed.
Originally we wanted to go to see the Cenote Yokdzonot because it was said to be less touristy. We weren´t sure about the admission fee. We had read that it was located approx. 26km from Piste (in direction back to Merida), meaning that we would have to wait for the next bus going from Cancun to Merida or for a shared taxi, ...
... some amazing sound properties the likes of which I haven't seen before. Our guide could yell away from the court into a side temple and we would hear a clear version of his voice a half-second later from the far end of the court.
Supposedly if a player hit the ball through the rings on the side that team won and the capitan was decapitated by the losing team's captain as the fast-path to heaven. Nobody is really sure ...
... After our tour we got an hour to explore the sight by ourselves and take pictures but it was so hot we spent the majority of the time under a tree in the shade. On our way back to Cancun we made a stop at a Cenote, a huge fresh water well that the Mayan people had used and got to go swimming in it. It was so refreshing after a day spent in the sweltering ...
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