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On the Day 3 of our trip in Yucatan. We left Valladolid at 8AM in the morning and after visiting Chichen Itza and Ek Balm, we arrived to Merida. This time we drove on the toll highway and avoided all the small villages - and their topes - along the way -MUCH FASTER!- and definitely save time (time is money especially for the short-time-travelors). …
Uxmal-Kabah-Grutas de Loltun through the Puuc Route.
... and European rhythms combined with local sounds, to produce dreamy sentimental ballads. There were lots of photos, and spookily on the death theme, a death mask of Vicente Uvalle, a Mexican composer. Trova is still performed by trios of trovadores who can be seen in the main plaza ... you get 3 songs for 100 pesos!
We made enquires about the football match we ...
... mix, and a chorizo and potato dish which reminded me a bit of patatas bravas. We then hand-made some tortillas. Julia, an Austrian twenty-something from one of the other pairs mixed the flour and water together to make the dough and our teacher showed us how to flatten the balled dough by using the heels of our palms to strike the dough repeatedly. It was fun and the teacher complemented my on my effort although it was nowhere near being round ...
Well, the morn' of Sept 7 I got up in the wee hours of the morning with my family and Nat and we headed to the Louisville International Airport. There, we met Justin and McKenzie (other Centre students: aka my travel partners). Feeling anxious, full of excitement and curiosity, I was ready to get on the plane. Although my family thought I might want to hang since I was running ahead of schedule, my strong adrenaline and a conversation I had with my boyfriend the night ...
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