Hacienda Santa Rosa, A Luxury Collection Hotel
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The 1pm tour left late as expected and I joined a motley crew consisting
of an American Mexican family of four, who live in San Diego, an Indian
couple from Calcutta and Mumbai, a Mexican medicine student and her
psychologust boyfriend (also from Mexico), and a vet and his sister from
Mexico City. The guide was an elderly Mexcian chap sporting a yellow
baseball cap and clutching a walking cane. We got to the ruins and heard
... give a feeling that this is El mundo de los Mayas.
In Macanú was difficult. I found a mototaxi and asked. He did not know the site but he started to ask around. There were one who explained how to get there. It was amazing trip on the motorbike throught the forests and street done by sand. Sometime i needed to walk because the way was not safe to be on his motorbike.
After maybe 15 minutes i started ...
... not a flat roof as well. Either way though, they still cook in a cooking hut behind the house, where the smoke from the wood fire can escape through the sticks of the walls.
The most common form of transport in the villages is either a pedal tricycle, usually with a seat or storage at the front, with or without sunshade, or the more modern auto version which ...
Uxmal is a great place to explore. Not too many people, lots of green space, and extremely tall pyramids.
... the windows on the van.... they had decorated the van with advertising so looking out the window when it wasn't raining provided us with a view of tiny dots (which showed up in every picture so I stopped taking pictures) and when it rained, we couldn't see anything.
We arrived at Ek'Balam and it was raining good... so they handed us all rain ponchos. I decided to stay in my sandals instead of changing into my sneakers like they ...