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I will leave to mty at 6:45 am course international airport of Mexico. I will arrive at 7:30am. then, the next flight it left at 10:45am to be heading for the airport of Madrid, Spain with arrival 18:50pm. I will wait for until 9:45pm for to leave in direct flight to the mumbai airport. ...
... have I truly lived the moment at maximum because I sure can't repeat it or am I overdoing by way of too much thinking as usual? sure will come up again cause I liked el cerro quemado coupled with el negro the horse quite a lot. he always tried to be in front despite doing minimal effort and going very slow which of course affected travel speed of the whole group. if anyone wanted to pass negro simply blocked the way just as any good formula one ...
... cave which gives a gorgeous ray of light into the water. It's a sight I won't forget in a hurry. Then we walked over to Cenote Samula which was my favourite for sure. This one has a huge ceiling, again with one opening on the roof letting in a lovely ray of light which illuminates the water below, although this time there are tree branches hanging from the opening. Feels like stalactites hanging above and the water is crystal blue. Wowsa! We really didn't want to ...
... the echo reverberated like the sound of a quetzal bird's call. To think about this level of architectural sophistication in Central America when Europe was groping around in the Dark Ages is quite astonishing. What also caught our attention at Chichén Itzá was the Toltec influence. Unlike at the other Mayan sites, here the site had two distinct phases of occupation, initially constructed by Mayans before it was then conquered and ...
... we visited Chichen Itza and as part of the tour we were visiting Xoman Cenote. It's sort of like a little lake, surrounded by stone walls up to ground level and it's filled with incredibly pure water from a series of underground rivers. We headed back into Valladolid from Chichen Itza and just on the outskirts of town we transferred from the comfortable tarmac roads to a dusty and bumpy local road. After travelling on this road for 15 minutes or so we reached a turning into a car park ...