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... Muriel's favourite). Some of the friezes and carving are still well preserved. There was a sculpture of the two headed jaguar, the only one remaining in Mexico, the others are overseas.
The afternoon we went swimming in cenotes (sink holes in English). The whole of the Yucatan pernisula used to be under the sea, the limestone underground had been eroded with underground caves, caverns and rivers. It is likened to a Swiss cheese!! ...
... tourists. We had our first churro (fried dough covered in sugar.....that one gets a checkmark for sure), then a marquecita (crepe filled with shredded cheese..........another checkmark). Also tried a street taco (checkmark), corn on the cob with lime, powdered cheese and hot sauce (no checkmark here) and a corn tortilla with pork and hot sauce (checkmark). We went downstairs and found ourselves in the fish ...
... We got there in the end.
Next day we headed on to Valladolid, calling in to see Chitzen Itza on the way. The journey was memorable for the air-con on the bus being set to ‘Siberian Winter’ and for the E. P. length set of excruciatingly painful singing by an urchin trying his best to do some busking- poor kid.
We arrived at Chitzen Itza late, which was bad for being able to leisurely wander about it all (I think ...
... and after a little deliberation I picked one with plenty of variety. The following day, I met at the designated pick up spot and as the tour had been overbooked, I was to be driven around in a car with a two people from the US and our English speaking guide, whilst the rest of the group (all Mexican) travelled in convoy with another guide. Our first stop came quickly and we arrived at my first cenote of the trip. A cenote is a limestone sinkhole, which due to ...
... and Spanish groups, of course the English group was tiny, only 7 people and the rest of the bus was Spanish. I was happy to be in a small group and we had the guide who spoke the better English, we also had an Aussie guy in our group, a solo traveler from Melbourne named David Ling, which was great to finally have another Aussie to talk to. Throughout the day we got lots of good information from him because he had already been to all the places we are going onto next. ...