Gran Real Yucatan
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... was called Chanusil which means small insect. You enter the cenote through a hole in the roots of a tree! You climb through the tree roots then down a ladder to the cave below. Once inside we went through the cave to the entrance of the water. We swam through the lovely turquoise water then climbed out at the far end. Rafael went for a free dive to the large cavern which was below the channel we swam through. At the end of the channel we were able to climb up a ...
... a great experience and a very cool adventure, although we were covered in clay afterwards.
After this we went to a close by cenote, a limestone sinkhole filled with crystal water, for a much needed swim and cool down on a hot mexican day.
Our last stop was at Uxmal, a mayan ruin complex that was very impressive and one of the more intersting ruins we saw. On the way back to the hostel we got pulled over by ...
... forget and the best part was I got to share this unforgettable day with that man I love. Another magical memory made!! X We'd fallen in love with Merida, but as the saying goes. All good things must come to an end, but only momentarily as the next great day, moment and memory was just around the corner. Next stop was Chitzen Itza and then Stephie would be on our door step in Cancun!! Wooooo hoo!!! We were so unbelievably excited because we hadn't seen Stephie for over 6 ...
... an Avatar, dreaming that I was rushing through these heavily-rooted and giant tree-like plants. Mangroves actually filter salty water and release fresh water, helping maintain the ecosystem. Also, their presence increases the overall health and biodiversity of the water system. (I could talk all day about mangrove ecosystem services, but I'll spare you, readers.) Spotted among the branches were large, black nests, which our boat driver explained were termite ...
... a slow learner or an excelled learner that you are "left behind." Sounds like the US. This conversation then wiggled into a conversation about education in Cuba. Dona Angelita has friends that are married and live here in Merida, but are from Cuba. "Beautiful, good people," she says. "My very good friends." Well, they left Cuba because they did not feel like they could reach their full potential as humans or do what they desired in life work-wise. Mama explained ...