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... stehen jedoch nicht im Verhältnis zu dem, was man bekommt. Dazu kommt, dass die Ruinenstätte von Menschen überlaufen ist und sich ein Souvenirhändler nach dem anderen an den Wegen reiht. Laut anderen Reisenden gibt es wohl duchaus schönere Ruinen in Yucatan, die etwas unbekannter und daher auch we***** besucht sind.
Auf dem Rückweg schaute ich mir noch zwei kleine Städtchen an, bevor ich nach Tulum zurückfuhr. Diesmal nutzte ich den Luxus aus, ein Auto zu haben und ...
... room, it makes no sense other than if people cancelled and we were the last to book a room. Either way they rectified it and the second two nights were good and it was a pleasant stay.
The cheap delicious eat discoveries continued but so did some of the bland gringo Mexican food. We ate some pretty good Italian food as well, just to mix it up a bit.
We had our first ‘torta’ which is a panini ...
... webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">Chichen Itza has the biggest hand ball court in Central and South America. A solid rubber ball was played only using elbows, knees and hips.
The team that loses has the captains head chopped off, the players volenteered to play, knowing if they lost they would loose their heads. It was a great honour to volenteer. We have decided this game is not for us and would not be volenteering.!!
... The area is really neat and tidy and we had the impression that besides the great architecture and history of Chichen Itza, for us "the spirit" is not there. Maybe it is way too touristy for our taste.
We bought our only must-have-souvenir (a magnet). It was already 5pm and the park slowly started to close and lead the visiters to the exit. It was also time for us to catch the last bus that we prebooked. Well when we arrived at the bus station we found out that ...
... I even asked a few questions that he knew to answer in a professional manner. I learned loads about this grand ancient Mayan city, and also why the world did not end in 2012 J Hit me up if you want to know more. We had a total of two hours on site, but the tour only lasted 75 minutes. So we had about three quarters of an hour to explore the site ourselves. I used the chance to go to the local cenote, but that was really lame and dirty, so I headed back the opposite way to go and ...