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... hotel, but with an amazing breakfast included and a well stocked kitchen for us to use. And the crazy part was that it cost the same as the piece-of-**** place we'd stayed the first night. Once we had settled into our fancy new digs we set out to explore the city. For me, it was nothing too impressive. But we took advantage of the time we had in a swish hostel with super speedy wifi to plan the next leg of our trip. We wanted to hire a car to ...
... before we reached the entrance to the archaeological site. The admission fee was very expensive (MXN 188 per person) but we weren't surprised as we had read about it before. At about 11.15 we were ready to begin our self-guided tour around the Mayan ruins of Uxmal. It was obviously possible to hire a private guide for MXN 600 (Spanish) or MXN 700 (other languages) but we preferred to follow our own rhythm and save USD 45!
The most impressive construction of the entire ...
This was one of my main goals when i started to plan the trip to the mayan world.
I say only. A very good museum about the yucatan and the mayan culture.
You start the trip from the Chicxulub asteroid which landed here once in time. It shows the process what happened latter, Animals, nature and the humans. It is not a museum only to see art but lotts of intresting material about ...
... although not in the league of Cartagena, and true to our style of exploration we walked the whole city, so we know what it’s really like. This part of the Gulf is like the Florida Quays (sorry if I’ve spelled that wrong) but lots of little islands joined by a huge stilt supported bridges, and we spent 3 idyllic nights in one of these settlements, and only left when we had run out of provisions (no shops just fishermen there).
Next came ...
our next stop we drove by the University of Mexico. I think they have a
whopping 250,000 students. We made a quick stop to see the famous
Then we made a visit to Frida Kahlo´s home.
This was the home she lived in ...