Hotelito El Paraiso
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... was a great place to stay with awesome breakfast and nice people. We mostly walked around in downtown Mexico city, which is huge with 22 million people living there. Mexico City is full of Museums so we checked out a few, with the Museum of anthropolgy being the biggest and best one. Great exhibits about all different indigenious groups in Mexico but unfortunately mostly in spanish. We really have to work on our spanish. Another day we ...
... rise and fall of Bacalar and the need for the fortress to defend the city from pirate attacks. I also learned that Bacalar was a key trading hub for the Mayans as well as the Spanish. It also detailed the rise and fall of the Mayan civilization. It was defiantly worth the walk. For dinner went to this little pizza place called Pizzaria Bertillia and had a Hawaiian pizza for $90 pesos ($8). It was delicious and I had half left for lunch tomorrow. Such a stress free ...
... a multi-ethnic state.
The site covers a total surface area of 83 square kilometres / 32 sq mi and was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. It is the most visited archaeological site in Mexico. Thanks Mr Wikipedia.
Birth place of the gods. Fierce warriors aim in battle capture opposition for human ...
... so with 3 people chopping, frying and washing we took around 3 hours to get it done...but at least it tasted quite delicious, if I may say so myself ;-P
So this morning, all dressing to match and with hot pots in our cars we made our way to the Zocalo Kingdom Hall. This hall is located in "Violet" street, and it is a 4 story, white and violet color building. Hard to miss. Also, they are working on the plans to get ...
... from Tom.
We ended up at Casitas Carolinas on the edge of Lake Bacalar, lake of 7 colours. We have 2 little caravans, and spent the afternoon swimming (walking in the water - it doesn't get very deep) and kayaking. It's 25 quid for us all for the night, which helps the budget!
Every meal so far has included the hottest sauces I've ever tried, and tortillas. Tom has shown an unexpected ability to withstand chilly but is still eating chicken and chips at least once ...