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... wings Carry me Pulling away the ground To fly Above the ants The sun Bright Above the clouds Penetrates me Filling me Clear sky The clouds Do not touch The sun Wind in the palm tree -Merida: Strong winds blow Shaking leaf Bowing trees Sweeping away The staleness In my heart Rousing freshness Stirring the air That wants stillness Leaving fresh starts And open air Rousing ...
... of the moment. You don't manage to travel for 500 days every single day :)
Day 1: October 13, 2014
In the morning we were woken up by a bunch of trumpets and drums sounding from the square. It looked like a flag rising ceremony that could be seen flying in the middle of Plaza Grande from dawn to dusk. We couldn't ask for a better alarm clock! Although we weren't in a rush that day we had to get up early because we didn't want to miss the hostel's ...
... was in for a bit of culture shock. After trying my hardest to speak nothing but Spanish in my previous week in Mexico I don't think I said a single word in Spanish for the entire time I was in Playa. The town was very much America but cheaper and with a funky smell. However as much as I was looking for something that playa was never going to offer me, it did have one thing that I was interested in... Diving. In four days I dove ...
... is effectively no dusk. Just suddenly it is pitch black. The moon was just rising. No stars. Jet black skies above and the lit cathedral was not too far away. A gentle evening breeze kept things nice at 23 C.
... day in the Yucatan, you're supposed to eat muckbipollo)
Nov 2: All Soul's Day
People will be wearing their traditional clothing and keeping up their altars all 3 days. Should these deceased come back to visit their altar, they will not be disappointed but pleased at all the marzapan, sweet bread (Pan de muerto), tamales (spoken "tamal" in the Yucatan) and of course tequila. Paseo de animas? ...