Hotel Mision Campeche America
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Sveglia alle 7:30, colazione e, dopo aver cercato inutilmente di cambiare dei dollari, verso le 10:00 partiamo in direzione Campeche – Merida. La nostra intenzione č di arrivare a Uxmal in tempo per una visita veloce e poi pernottare a Ticul.
Dopo poco pių di un'ora di strada foriamo una gomma… La sostituiamo e cerchiamo …
The thing about Cameche is that it is one of those places listed by UNESCO and you can immediately see why. Similar to Merida, the streets are laid out in a grid formation with all the properties painted various lively shades that are extremely attractive. Apparently the local authority will paint your house and replace your doors and windows when necessary so as to keep the buildings all in this traditional style. Of course, you have to submit ...
... Reserva de la Biosfera Calakmul. I was able to camp here for free and was really looking forward to it (it would have been the first time on my trip). But after warning me about bad weather and waiting till my tent was up and ready, the rangers changed their mind and forbid me to camp. However I could stay in a 'hut' of them. Nice, but bye bye privacy, everyone goes to bed at 20h and my roommate fell a sleep after putting on some music ...
... see from above that some of the old houses with brightly painted walls were in fact just shells, with derelict interiors.
Close to the walls we happened upon an old fashioned bar called El Rincon Colonial. They had what they called a “Ladies’ Bar” behind a frosted glass door and so I entered the main bar a little hesitantly but my presence seemed to cause no problem amongst the entirely male clientele and we settled at the beautiful ...
... As we left the site of the ruins on the way to the site museum, I had pumped the kids up about what a great museum it would be. "They put in all of the good stuff they find at the site" I assured them. As we neared the museum it seemed unnaturally quiet. For good reason it turned out. As we approached the entrance we saw a temporary sign put up 'closed for maintenance'. Bummer. When we got back to El Panchan we reflected on what a great day we'd ...