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Casa de los Venados
An extremely highly rated activity on trip advisor, 'the House of Deer’ is a privately owned residence showing the world’s largest private collection of Mexican folk art. It is quite an unusual establishment. The owners are American, they purchased this old large building (which was previously owned by a Mayor) in the city centre of Valladolid in 2000, and spent the next 10 years restoring ...
... of buses if we continued this for 3 months! So we were very good and didn't order any.....but then they brought some complimentary guac so we couldn't be rude (we tried)! So that takes us to today where we're currently on the coldest bus in the world to Bacalar which is right down the South of Mexico and last stop before moving on to Belize. Should take about 4 hours. Sure it will fly by with Keith snoring next to me! Big love ...
... going off of the road in Detroit, I was not about to go off of the highway. I see a break in the fence, probably allowing the throngs to get off of the highway and through to the depot and I say I am going for it. Hit the brakes on the RAM, crank her left, through the gap, and we are going west on the Aldama, and no one is chasing us.
Off West we go on the Aldama to the Calle Pedro M. Mendez, looking for the 40/400 series of highways that are heading south ...
... stray dogs and lots of locals trying to make a buck. Whilst there wasn't a hell of lot to do there we quite enjoyed walking the streets and sitting in the town square taking it all in. The food was cheap and the ice-creams and cervezza's cold- an important feature when you've been under the Mexican sun all day. We caught a collectivo (local taxi) out to Chichen Itza the next morning with a number of locals and our driver, one of the sweetest ...
... to go - so we decided to see the ruins and stay another day in our hostel of rainbows and eggs.
The next day we went with our new found friend Alex and hired some bikes to cycle the easy 6k to the local cenotes, X'keken and Samula. 90minutes later, we were hot, dusty and lost. How did we get out of this predicament, you may be asking yourselves? We asked for directions. The cenotes were amazing - black waters turned ...