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... can you do, you've come this far! We journeyed on towards Chichen Itza and stopped just nearby at your typical tourist 'get em in, get em out' buffet for lunch. After this it was time for the main event, Chichen Itza itself! We split off from the Spanish speaking contingent of our tour group and were given a guided tour of the ruins. This included the sporting arena where the Mayan people participated ...
... we waited a little bit shallower until they finished their skills. We saw a bunch of great stuff under water and enjoyed the dive and the boat ride a lot!
But the big motivation was the announcement of going to the cantina right after we returned....
The next two days we did our EFR course with Derek. Welcome Joe - our sloth from Toronto :-)!!!
Three days after the loss of Leandra's mask she got it back! Somebody found the mask ...
... split into three chunks. My sister was walking with the first group at the front, while I was with the last one a bit behind. The path suddenly split in three different directions. By the time we got there, the first two groups had already taken off in one of the directions.
One of the girls I was with started heading towards the ocean because she wanted to swim. Rather than staying on the path alone, I followed them.
Dark, wavy oceans are ...
... of Mayan civilization and culture. Specifically, the importance of directions of the 3 words (over, under and human), the Quechel, the Jaguar and snakes, the belief in cycles of life and resurrection.
Upon arrival to C.I., we got our tickets and headed to the site. Eduard goal us a history of the site and explained some other symbols that we would see. The double serpent symbolized royalty, the nose of the rain ...
... British clothes and try to look a little less touristy and ethereal with our floaty dresses; which would have worked had it not been for our luminous skin. We toured the area finding the important stop off points (bars for Dan, toilets for me, food for both) then settled in for a sleep at about 20:30 like the wild kids that we are. Spent the next day discovering that getting up early (ahem, my fault as I have no ...