Hacienda San Pedro Nohpat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... Palacio del Gobernador (Governor's Palace). It has a 100 metre long facade of the finest mozaic in Uxmal. Just beautiful. From here we headed to the city of Merida. Not content with his civilising influence on Campeche, Francisco de Montejo thought he would try his method on the Mayan settlement in what is now Merida. Here, he is treated as a hero and the Spanish ancestry is widely celebrated in street names and villas, whereas it is ...
... oh it looked so fun. David went....ok, so he didn't get out as far. Just had to do it. Grabbed hold of the rope, jumped off the rock and 3 seconds later I was in the water. hahaha But I did get out far enough not to hit the rocks and that was really my goal! Finished our swim and climbed out to go to the next one. Ellen still wasn't feeling well so David & I didn't ...
... to see and one day we maybe will hear that here is found a ballcourt. Not yet.
The area is very beautiful. It small and takes about one hour to see. Because it is a compact area. This is the reason i say that don't miss it if you have some days more here in Yucatan.
It is very virgin area. No services for the tourists but easy to reach. Bring good shoes and lotts of protection for the ...
... warriors - maybe heads would have been displayed in the niches, as well as another smaller pyramid, other ceremonial temples, colonnaded halls and altars, but no ball court. There were several bits of carving including the head of Chac the rain god, and some stucco painted with a bound crocodile.
On our last evening, we ...
... a few drinks with a couple who were friends of his at a local Irish pub. Ariel is a big burly Cuban with a beard and Joenne is from Italy - they were both very friendly and again, patient with me as I struggled more and more with my Spanish as I got more tired. Joenne really reminds me of someone but I can't for the life of me think who. After a few beers I was ready to head back home to bed - learning a new language is fun but extremely tiring!