Hacienda Inn Aeropuerto
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... so took us to his favourite cantina (negritas) for a negrita IPA that they brew on site, which was lovely. We agreed to meet for drinks the next day at 9pm. Following our lack of pink satisfaction in Holbox, we signed up for a flamingo tour with the hostel's guide Oscar. First port of call was flamingo spotting, which was underwhelming. We did however learn more about why they turn pink, and saw some young white ones flapping around. ...
... enjoy it and appreciate the beauty of the ancient Mexican cultures.
After returning to the hotel I had dinner and a few drinks at a local bar and the food was only average in quality but everyone was friendly and welcoming. It wouldn't be the appropriate place to take a school group but it was still a fairly nice night. After dinner I walked around and checked out the local night markets and saw what the town had to offer. The markets were ...
... 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 ...
... director explained, children go onto Telesundaria. This is typical in most pueblos far from town, a TELEsecundaria consisting of a room of kids learning their curriculum from a television program. This type of learning continues in Xcunya until highschool where a student must go into Merida - 40 minutes by bus - because there are no highschools around. (Being there made me really want to volunteer in a school like this teaching sometime...maybe some ...
... of eggs and a pumpkin seed sauce
Typing out my homework, the family of tiny, ant-like insects continue to make circular patterns all over my desk and skit across my keyboard to be occasionally swiped off by surprise. The semi-tropics = lots of bugs. I don't mind. Fruit-fly looking insects ate the entirety of the mosquito I killed in my room. So, I figure we are helping each other out by living symbiotically.