Gran Real Yucatan
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... went to a mangrove and got punted around some streams, where there were ample thick evil funnel like webs, and gianormous termite nests in the trees. At the end of the punt there was a cenote, with frickin massive fish in it. Oscar explained they ended up there when the comet that killed the dinosaurs landed off the coast of Yucatan, with the ensuing splash lifting fish out of the water and into this fresh water cenote. Not sure what ...
... sold some pretty different kinds of sculptures and food. It would definitely be a different and interesting experience fro a school group which i would recommend. It would give them a chance to witness how a lot of people in Merida make a living and also a chance to pick up some souvenirs.
Tomorrow is my last day of doing my own activities and then I'm off to do volunteering work. I plan to make the most of what's on offer with the time I have left.
... will take too long to explain here. You can Google it :) We check out a cenote which is also at the same site, caused by a massive comet. Apparently they believe that the impact (which caused a 30m hole in the ground in that particular spot) had the effect of 5000 nuclear bombs. After spending a couple of hours at the site, we drive to another cenote which is also part of a hotel? It's again super deep and basically a big swimming hole for hundreds of Russians ...
... end this Día de Acción de Gracias blog post:
Thanks a lot, I love the picture with you!!
Congratulations for all your accomplishments during your time in Yucatan. I'm sure you left strong memories with all whom you shared your emotions and knowledge as well.I enjoyed my class too, always good to see new students interested in global issues whit a local perspective. We do need young people like you ...
... looking police officers. We stopped off for lunch part way through, although weren't expecting to be brought food before we even ordered. We hadn't realised that the £2 we were paying was not just for a main, but in fact a three course meal. We waddled back through the city, via a camera shop where Hannah managed to buy an SD card with less memory for her camera, which is now working! The rest of our time in Mexico city involved more ...