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... with a massive sound system and about 5 other people. Needless to say, the next day was spent sleeping on a park bench, not unlike these guys in the photo. Back on form the next day, we joined the flying cheapo bus to 5 nearby ruins, including the hugely impressive Uxmal. You only got 30 mins or so at each of the smaller 1s but it was the perfect amount of time. At Xlapak, Labna and Sayil we saw big nosed Chac masks, whilst at ...
Up this morning at 6:15. We got ready and packed up our stuff then made our way over to the lobby to meet with our tour group. We met our tour guide Rafael and the rest of the group. Only 10 of us and our guide. There was Sophie, Lisrine, Soizic and Nele from Belgium and Thomas from Switzerland. And Nathan, Janelle, Leah and us from Australia. We had breakfast with the group at the hotel, I had a ham omelette and Dylan Mexican eggs. We got the bill then it took ages to ...
... a great experience and a very cool adventure, although we were covered in clay afterwards.
After this we went to a close by cenote, a limestone sinkhole filled with crystal water, for a much needed swim and cool down on a hot mexican day.
Our last stop was at Uxmal, a mayan ruin complex that was very impressive and one of the more intersting ruins we saw. On the way back to the hostel we got pulled over by ...
... had to be demolished. Nine of these were built in the 1930s and four dated from the 19th century, and had preserved colonial elements. During excavations, more than 7,000 objects were found, mostly offerings including effigies, clay pots in the image of Tlaloc, ...
... Cuauhtlatoatzin, an Aztec who converted to Catholocism in 1531. On December 12, 1531, Our Lady of Guadelupe appeared and spoke to Juan Diego in his native language. She told him to build a church on the site. When Juan Diego spoke to the bishop, the bishop did not believe him, and asked him to prove his vision. The Virgin appeared, and although it ...