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... of the city centre. This is where the wealthy families originally lived and some of their original houses still exist. I say houses, but we are taking mansions here that resemble some of the striking ones that you seem in places like Madrid, Paris or Rome. What was pleasing to see was the number of little parks that are dotted around the city where people can sit and read or drink their coffee. Many of them have little play areas for kids. It's great to ...
... n, and for a while, in alliance with Chichen Itza, dominated all of the northern Maya area. Sometime after about 1200, no new major construction seems to have been made at Uxmal, possibly related to the fall of Uxmal's ally Chichen Itza and the shift of power in Yucatán to Mayapan. The Xiu moved their capital to Maní, and the population of Uxmal declined.
Uxmal was dominant from 875 to 900 CE. The site appears to have been the capital of a regional state in the Puuc region ...
... out to less frenetic and perhaps more enjoyable places in the Yucatan.
Back in the hostel, we spent the evening chatting to a couple of nice French guys who were trying to buy a car to go road-tripping, drinking the nice but sickly piña coladas we’d made, and putting together yet another spaghetti and herby tomato sauce meal- this time with the added challenge of having just a single ring, plug-in hob, and no tin opener ...
... t able to go on tours or to the ruins. It was sooo hot in Merida, so where ever an air conditioner was, we were close by.
With the waiting game to recover, we tried to find lots of resources to donate to Nueva Vida. We bought lots of art supplies, information books, teaching resources and Christmas presents. We previously organised to teach Music and English at ...
... old singing loudly to his iPod. This made m so happy. Little phrases here and there, some whistles, humming, all without a care surrounded by grumpy, silent, sleepy people.
This younger generation gets off the bus while we're still "in town." The older men are next, before we hit a large highway. Then, it's usually us Centre folk until we reach a little closer to Xcuyna. Then, the only passengers waiting for the bus are women. We drive ...