Hotel San Juan
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... of thick brown guck that hung on the inside of the cup. It reminded me more of Montezuma than beer! !! They tried to drink it but had to give in and get a regular beer.
David and Ridrigo went in for a swim when the sun came out from behind the cloud. The black clouds won out and we packed it in. Drove to chixcalub and other little towns where we had looked at renting to see what they were like. They were all nice but ...
... There, you can experience traditional music and dance - Mexican/Yucatecan folklore. Like a miniature Mexican Folklife Festival every Saturday. Legs increasingly sore from the workout and meandering around the North side of Merida trying to get home after Progreso, we were exhausted and headed home (successfully, yet interestingly in a public van) to crash into our beds, sticky from the humidity and eyes heavily closing like the ...
... and reinvigorate our
overheating bodies. In the end we were drawn by the enticing pictures in guide
books and magazines of cave bottom, crystal clear lakes, and so sort out the
nearest cenote; San Ignacio. After an
even hotter than normal cramped bus journey (a lady fell asleep on me which
made things even more uncomfortable), we positively dashed along the track following
the signs and were rewarded with a beautiful cenote. After a brief walk down ...
... which soon replaced henequen. The old machinery is still there, was fun exploring our way around the place.
Uxmal, "The Thrice Built City", is one of the most relevant and outstanding archeological sites in the Yucatan. Uxaml has Puuc style architecture with several predominant features, most notably constructions with a plain lower section and a richly decorated upper section. Carvings most commonly found ...
... steep and everytime you looked down it kind of made your tummy drop, even when you're not afraid of heights. The view from the top was incredible! An amazing panoramic view of the green surroundings and the other ruins within Ek Balam.
Next stop was another Cenote, Cenote X'Canche which was within Ek Balam, just a 15 minute journey from the ruins to the restaurant right next to the Cenote. The walk was long as we were all starving. We ...