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... That ignites the Heart To soar Ruins Chi Chin Itza Hard rock Holding tales Of sun and moon Battles raised And blood In awe I gaze To see temples Built for the sky Connecting heaven And earth Heart smile Radiates out Touching deeply Connecting Without expectation The flower opens Piercing The inner hold Tenderizing Walls Crumbling To an open Place Of Vulnerability Will you stay Or ...
... breakfast. Now we can already say the breakfast was worth it! It included omelet, bread, jelly, yogurt, fruit, cornflakes, tea, coffee and milk.
Fortified with such a big breakfast we started to explore the city of Merida. It became known as the "white city" since the people of Merida liked dressing in white and took pride in keeping their city clean. While walking along the streets we could clearly see that Merida, as the capital of Yucatan, is the state's ...
... 5 beautiful reef dives of varying depth, 1 really cool wreck dives, 2 incredible Ceynotes dives (freshwater caves that have formed in the limestone rocks over thousands of years) and 1 disappoint let average night dive (although after that much time underwater I was pretty much watered out. Most of my dives started at 8am so each night except one I was in bed early. The one night I wasn't diving until 2:30pm I went out with ...
An all-day travel day from Palenque to Merida. First sight of water in 2 weeks with the Gulf of Mexico at Champoton. All those pelicans sitting on the posts by the fishing boats.
San Idelfonso Cathedral with the giant ...
I slept peacefully and was grateful to wake fairly energised. I headed to the school where I was due to have a test of my Spanish speaking ability at 8.30am. On arriving I found the school closed, the sign saying that they opened at 11am so instead I spent the morning updating my journal and headed back to the school at about 11.30. I met Rachel, who I had been in email contact with over my lessons, and Agustine, a teacher at the school who looked a bit like Ben Harper. ...