The Lodge at Chichen Itza
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We were going to take a public bus to Chichen Itza/Playa del Carmen but the waiting time for the local bus would have been more than 3 hours so decided to use a mini bus again @ 200 pesos each. It saves us taking a taxi from the hotel to the bus station, and from the bus station to the hotel. Also the hassle of the luggage at the areological site.
It wiould also give us more time in Playa de Carmen.
... another one. Their math skills needed to build such temples was amazing, not to mention the manpower to have cleared the land then carry the rocks up building higher and higher. And the carving in the rock, each with a different meaning. Many depicted their religious rites and sacrifices made to the gods of men, women, children. Some very gruesome. From the carvings in the rock they also played ...
... My Spanish is pretty good now, understanding and speaking (still need more practice on reading and writing), but I wasn’t sure if I would understand all of the explanations of historic occurrences in Spanish. Well, I figured I would just go with Spanish group, because the group was smaller and I was more likely to be able to ask questions. And generally, smaller tour groups are always better, no?
Well, turns out that I basically understood everything that the guide ...
... We pulled in to the Possada Yum Kin for a night of luxury, but were 5 minutes behind some American tourists and the place was full. The manager was so nice and apologetic, he let us stay for free in the car park and gave us the run of the hotel facilities for nowt, including breakfast, which we were too embarrassed not to pay for.
Janet had always wanted to see Cancun since she had booked hundreds of holidaymakers there in her days as a Travel ...
... some sights from the van. We made a quick
stop to see their soccer, futbol, stadium which had been used for two
Wrold Cups and even the Olympics.
Eventually we arrived at
Xochimilco. Xochimilco is 50 miles of canals known as the Floating