Hotel Hacienda Sanchez
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... and we were taking water and food breaks. I was then the one that lost the bounce in my step and Hinesh was ok. We saw some tourists wearing Mexican sombreros and I told Hinesh he should wear one too but all I got was the Look. I’ll get him to wear one before we leave, watch this space…. The crowds also got bigger and it was harder to wait for people to move out of your shot as the day got on.
We leave Chichen Itza around 12pm. Hinesh ...
... had been to places before where Ive been the only tourist awkwardly in the pool. But at this cenote, it was the other way around, it was just tourists in the water. Nevertheless, it was really cool to see a cenote finally.
I got up early the next day so I could go to see Chichen Itza before the sun got too hot. I took a local bus and arrived around 9am, which was perfect. The numerous market stands inside were still setting up, so I wasn't ...
... was only £6... no big.
It was 1400 when we got the bikes, peak heat of the day, near on 40C... We were told it was about 9km to the cenote, but I didn't really consider the distance.... Mistaaaake. I got to a point (which turned out to be very close to the entrance) where I just HAD to stop, I was feeling dizzy, my hearing was shot and I just felt like I could keel over at any moment.After regaining composure, we continued... The cenote was less then 10 mins away, ...
... due to a request from a handful of passengers and they do have luggage storage, but by this point, my mind was set on getting to Vallodolid and going onto another ruin site called Ek Balam, just north of the town.Trouble was, when I arrived in Vallodolid, I firstly got a bit lost and went in totally the wrong direction to the hostel... Took me about 40 minutes to find it, even though its a 2 minute walk from the ...
... and dreaming up future adventures which we will no doubt have. We headed back to the hostal and set our alarms for first thing in the morning so we could get to Chichen Itza before the bus loads of tourists arrive!
We managed to get a bus to the ruins shortly after they opened. Everyone who had been warned us that it gets busy, like real busy and they weren't even the most spectaular of the Mayan sites. It is ...