Holiday Inn Merida
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We left town via the blue marker, marking the spot where the first mass in the America's was given by the Franciscans. A light drizzle so we took note through the window. On the road to Uxmal (ooshmal). This is in the Yucatan Province and we are getting close to Cancun and Cuba. The roads here are varied in quality and there are an amazing number of toll roads. Lots of construction and repair going on too. Sometimes it is a very bumpy ride. Uxmal is another great Mayan ruin. A ...
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Since the tour did not start until 1000, we went back to the zocalo with Fabian, entering the Governor's Palace again. I really did not spend much time on the second floor last night. There was one room reminiscent of Versailles. Its murals were informative on the history of the Mayans with the Spanish. It is probably the best single room toured on the trip.
Walked to the Santa Lucia area for our trolley ride 90MP. The guide was asking ...
... stage for how this morning was to play out.
Amy and I wake up early to try and be on the road by eight. Amy is excited to see Chichen Itza and with good reason. As one of the biggest Pre-Colombian ruins in Central America, the buildings are well restored and very nice for admiring. Human sacrifice was perhaps more prevalent here than any other Mayan site, so that's exciting. Also, there were plenty of nut jobs here recently for the 12.21.2012 ...
... at isla mujeres then again in Merida), we ate outside near to where a local band were playing spanish salsa tunes and got invited to dance by some local men. the man who invited me to dance was old enough to be my dad, but very well mannered and old school. he bought me a rose then He taught me salsa for 4 hours! it was amazing! the others went home as they were tired so i stayed out and carried on.. was so much fun. he told me to close my eyes to help ...
... just wet lands. Then we walked to the beach which was all private property, massive local Mexican holiday homes with boats and jet skies. We walked along for about half hour and thought to walk back to the road to hitch back to the town where the Meteorite struck.
We hitched with this young local rich guy which was sweet, realised that this town might be famous for this meteorite but there was nothing there to show it. So we caught a bus back to Pegroso and ...
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