Hotel Hacienda Uxmal Plantation & Museum
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... found 1986. There is lotts of job for the argeologists to do. This is very special area. It have a history which started 700 b.c and it went down when the conquistadores arrived. Compared to Chichen and Uxmal the life cycle was very long.
they dont know too much about this area. It is still a big job left to analyze. And there is huge area left to open. We will not have the answers within our lifetime.
... Santiago, Kristine and Rosita were all very welcoming and helpful, and made our stay a joy.
There is with a nature trail round the property, so we followed the yellow stick road, through the Yucatan jungle, passing a chultan or shrine on the way. Unfortunately the leaves underfoot were very crunchy and all the birds and critters heard us coming a mile off and scarpered ... ...
... the topes have done their best to break poor Jennay and the mosquitos here still find me tasty. Can't really blame Mexico for that tho! For somewhere that wasn't even on our hit list at the start of the trip, we've really enjoyed our 5 weeks on the road here. And having been warned about how dangerous it would be for us to drive through Mexico, we were much relievedto find that we had absolutely zero trouble in that regard. Our ...
... and still has an intact wall all the way around it with a very grand entrance gate (not in use obviously). However, vegetation is growing throughout the entire place and parts of it look like it must have burned down. The most peculiar thing happened when I got off my bike; about 30 sheep suddenly started running towards me… then they simply crossed the road and walked on down. I couldn’t’ see ...
... of the new road being built. The road was still fully operational, the cars just had to choose a section that they can actually drive along. The road building simply continues without any regard for the traffic. We’ve driven along this road quite a few times and the progress has been pretty remarkable considering the fact that there only ever seem to be about four men working. Such a contrast to England ...