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... with a fountain in the middle. Plus the staff are really friendly. It seems to be typical for the waitresses to wear traditional mexican dresses in nice resturants. The dresses are hand madea and are white with colourful flowers. Several of the older local people wear them everyday in the town too.
We wandered round town for the rest of the morning and visited another chocolate museum that gave us free tastings (yay) and let us ...
... on the beach we did our exercises...............sort of.
Went into town to replace the libations cleared out today and back for an amazing steak dinner with baked potato, chayotes & cheese (a veggie) and nopales (cooked cactus). Got comfy with our drinks and watched a movie before an early night.
... goal, he grabbed one of the German´s flags and started waving it about, whilst my fellow football watchers and I chuckled and took pics. Throughout the match, passers by would stand outside gawping and catching a sneaky peak, though those who stepped onto the restaurant´s property were shooed away by the huge waiter.
Dinner was at a Chinese place that was excellent value - with a huge plate of tasty food and a drink for 80 MXP. I made my way to the Museo ...
... Each of the temple's four sides has 91 steps, and the top platform makes the 365th.
Devising a 365-day calendar was just one feat of Maya science. Incredibly, twice a year on the spring and autumn equinoxes, a shadow falls on the pyramid in the shape of a serpent. As the sun sets, this shadowy snake descends the steps to eventually join a stone serpent head at the base of the great staircase up the pyramid’s side. The Maya’s astronomical skills were ...
... not sure when we'll meet. I listened with interest to the bureaucratic they faced to get visas; apparently Samuel's gorgeous German Shepherd, Cora, caused a problem with immigration also. He also gave me a lot of good advice on good things to see in the area. It seems that Mérida is surrounded by beautiful cenotes and ruins - and after the way Samuel talked about Tulum, I'm even keener to go and see it.
I headed to bed about ...