The Lodge at Chichen Itza
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... of the swimmers, the water cascading down, and the hushed coversations of the others at the bottom echoed off of the rock walls. A small amount of sunlight made it in through the natural skylight creating an eerie, darkened feel in the middle of the afternoon. All of these sensations contributed to an otherworldy feel.
Even without getting into the water, the tranquil nature of the place was rejuvenating. That along with a buffet lunch ...
... only country with these natural pits (Cuba and Australia are supposed to boast about similar karts features), but there isn´t any other country having such a large quantity of them.
In order for a cenote to be born you need to consider a huge system of underground caves and caverns formed by rainfall that was slowly eating away the limestone for millions of years. Many filled with water from rain or from the underground water table. When the cave was completely filled ...
... quoted the scripture at the beginning of this email and proceeded to "equip" me for "every good work". Yep, SHE was a fabulous dancer! And I've never met a sister who could lead so well! Yeah I did dance with a couple of brothers, but she was better ;-)
Well, that's it for now. Thank you all for your emails, and sorry that I fall behind in responding to them!
A big hug to you all and may Jehovah continue blessing you in your life and your service! ...
... rubbish and looked like it had been built in house bricks; the Natural History Museum above was much better built.
For our final sightseeing adventure in Mexico City, we went back to the Zócalo to watch the flag being taken down. The army parade into the square and station guards around it's perimeter to stop pedestrians interrupting. One drunken Mexican man ignored this and continued to keep running onto ...
... in a wonderful, exciting and fun visit.
We had opted for the Mundo Joven Catederal hostel at the edge of the main square, just behind the main Cathedral and, by the time we had been on the metro, seen some of the guards standing on raised platforms with their giant guns protecting us passengers, changed subway lines, walked through the square, and checked into the hostel, we knew we were going to have fun here.
City hostels seldom have "that" feeling or ...