Hotel Hacienda Uxmal Plantation & Museum
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... every orifice, excuse my French. Although,
later my friends from Mexico City said that they had calculated
everything and it seemed in order. What didn't add up was that the lady
at my hotel had quoted an admission price for the ruins that was lower
than what we had paid; so of course he told us to take it up with the
hotel. He was short with us and didn't look trustworthy. Further, there
were two sets of tickets instead of ...
... overland rivers, just water below in acquifers. As we have driven around, all roads have looked virtually identical ... long, straight, with vegetation on both sides and no view! The problem is you get lulled into a bit of a trance, so after a trip to the market we are now accompanied by Trova and Salsa to keep the driver awake! This is handy, as on the approach to each town and village there ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... politically and economically with Chichen-itza. Whether the population dispersed around 1000 AD after the Toltec invaders took over or whether inhabitants of Uxmal moved further south when they ran out of water is unclear but stretching south from Merida there are numerous settlements or resettlements along a path known as the Puuc Route, Puuc referring to the type of architecture and meaning hill. The Adivino, Pyramid of ...