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... Anyway the flight was pretty good although at first we thought the two women with a dog in front of us was going to be an issue as the dog started yapping non stop until she took it out of its bag. We arrived in Dallas Fort Worth about 20 minutes early and as we were waiting for people to get luggage out of the overhead lockers the dog was loose on their seats and then took a giant pee which pooled on the leatherette seats yuk. Taking off from Dallas Fort Worth was delayed as ...
It was our last week at the Ludoteca and we almost thought we wouldn't be able to say a proper goodbye to the kids due to the threat of Tropical Storm Karen which forced most schools in Playa del Carmen to be closed on the Thursday. Luckily the storm turned around and headed north so everything reopened for our last day on Friday. That afternoon we realised just what a great impact we had made on both the children and teachers and it turned out to ...
... the board. But are we too about to witness the fall of our civilization through the hubris of our leaders? How do we prevent the inevitable collapse of an hierarchical structure when it seems that renewal is the only way to keep things fresh and true. Can we create a new society that is equal and fair? Can we live in such a way that the strong do not dominate the weak? Can we learn from history and live in harmony with one ...
Day Two Hundred and One - Tuesday 26th March 2013
Apparently there was a fairly sizeable earthquake at around six in the morning, but we both slept through it. We had a leisurely morning watching television and popping out once to stretch our legs and look round a few more of the local streets. Polanco is a very pleasant area with several nice shopping malls, cinemas and wide boulevards lined with the jacaranda trees that are so prevalent throughout ...
... More traffic heading north than expected but the might of the Temple of the Sun came into view in due course.
Entered at Puerta 4, volcanic pebbles underfoot as we headed first to the Temple of the Moon. It was hot enough I should have brought a hat. One still cannot climb to the top of the Temple of the Moon. It was a weekend so the place was busier with locals. There was some non-Intrepid rope use noted.
Our guide gave comments in Spanish and then Fabian ...