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... listened to music, and dozed.
Since there wasn't much of interest to report in this post, I think I"ll take the opportunity to share a few observations about Mexico thus far:
En espanol, por favor
Of the dozens of countries I've visited in my travels, I'd say Mexico is the one where you're least likely to find anyone who speaks English. Not that I'd expect otherwise; it is a ...
... 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 ...
... not see in an Australian zoo. There were over twenty species of monkeys, hippo's, zebras and alot of large jungle cats. It was a really different experience but very enjoyable. There were different animal shows set to perform throughout the day and I was lucky enough to get a seat for the bird show where they had large colourful birds flying around and doing aerial manoeuvres on command.
I think that a school group would really enjoy ...
... were never told about this so it was quite the surprise, but we'd quickly learnt that in Mexico you never know what you're going to get, which is half the fun. (Most of the time!!) And we were off, the horse starting running and our cart starting moving quite erratically, into the wilderness we went. At first we were holding on for dear life, the horse really got up some speed and the track, well let's just say it looked about 200 years old. The well loved path went on for ...
... for people to go and see one of the Seven Wonders of the World - Chichen Itza. I was staying at Nomadas Hostel, which was only a few blocks from the main plaza. It had a swimming pool, which was a life-saver after being in pretty hot places ...