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... goal, he grabbed one of the Germanīs flags and started waving it about, whilst my fellow football watchers and I chuckled and took pics. Throughout the match, passers by would stand outside gawping and catching a sneaky peak, though those who stepped onto the restaurantīs property were shooed away by the huge waiter.
Dinner was at a Chinese place that was excellent value - with a huge plate of tasty food and a drink for 80 MXP. I made my way to the Museo ...
... enjoy our room for the night.
The next day, we once again awoke early to go to the famous ancient site of Uxmal (pronounced ooshmal). To us, Uxmal had a magic and spirit greater than Chichen Itza.
The name Uxmal means ‘thrice-built’ in Mayan, referring to the construction of its highest structure, the Pyramid of the Magician. The Maya would often build a new temple over an existing one, and in this case five stages of construction ...
... with the exception of the evil eye lesbian drum circle group). This would be much appreciated when we went to the bigger attractions later on that literally felt like a manufactured and pre-crafted Disneyland experience. They call this region the Ruta Puuc. And for some reason this is the area where Laurent became obsessed with the cenote. The discovery of, the swimming in, and the general merriment associate with saying cenote. I was dreading the ...
... followed and then a stupid Mel Gibson movie called 'The Beaver'. There was another police stop, this time in the middle of nowhere.
We reached Campeche at 1301, arriving at the terminal minutes later. There was a flurry of java and sandwich buying. We left our third and final stop at 1334. Part of Campeche is a World Heritage Site: will have to leave it for another day, Roddy. There was a single old bag local in the L front seats. I suggested to ...
... teeny bit. The taxi route took us through poor areas and not so poor, and we saw that the streets as they developed probably centuries ago really weren't meant for today's traffic, buses and cars, bikes and foot carts. But somehow they all do it, every day. In fact in two weeks we've only seen one accident and that was near Cancun when it seemed a single car hit a post. Crazy! If people drove like this in Canada, we'd all be dead by now!
We've spent the past ...